Can I borrow materials from the Law Library of Congress?
The Law Library of Congress will lend certain materials to participating libraries but not directly to individuals. Researchers should consult with a public library or their institution’s library to arrange for loans. For more information on the Library of Congress interlibrary loan practices, visit the Interlibrary Loan page.
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