Tarlton Law Library is open to the public. Find out more information about Library privileges here.
About the Library
The Library serves an academic community of over 1,300 full-time law students and 100 faculty members. We also welcome members of the University community and members of the public to use our facility, resources, and services. The staff is happy to provide reference and research assistance, as well as guidance in using the collection.
Would you like to make a gift donation to the Library? Read more about making donations here.
Tarlton Law Library develops both physical and online exhibits showcasing our collections of rare books and other special collections, as well as commemorating events in the history of the law school, Texas, and U.S. legal history with materials from our archival collections. Learn more about our current and previous exhibits.
Library and reference desk hours for the current semester can be found here.
The Elton M. Hyder, Jr. Collection adds warmth and personality to the interior environment of the Library.
Created to encourage law graduates to pursue careers in law librarianship, the Tarlton Fellowship and Moore Program are appointments providing valuable real-world training in the Library.
Includes policies on computer access, food and drink, cell phone use, and resources for disabled patrons.