Are you looking for a particular document? A case, an article, or something else? If you think the Law Library has it, but, you’re busy or it’s too difficult to find parking, we can help you out with our Document Delivery service.
If you can provide us with the citation, then we can send you the document. To request an article, case, or other specific legal document, please fill out a document delivery form. It is not just current laws or journal articles. We have access to historical California laws and cases dating back the 1800’s. A penal code section from 1952 or a civil code section from 1964? We’ve got them! Also, we can check to see if the brief you’re looking for is in our collection.
What does it take to get started?:
- An exact citation; staff will not conduct research.
- Requests must be paid before delivery, using cash, check or credit card.
How do you submit the Document Delivery Form?
How much does it cost?
It depends on how many pages the document is and how you want the document delivered. It starts at $15 per document, up to 20 pages long, and it includes delivery by email, fax, or physical mail. There are additional costs for copying additional pages over the first 20. Our benefit holders receive 50% off email delivery from electronic resources. You can check out the complete cost breakdown here.
Please contact us about the documents you’re looking for. We will discuss the charges with you and take payment prior to completing the document delivery.