Tarlton Law Library holds a major collection of materials on the international legal protection of human rights. Two areas of the law library where human rights materials are concentrated are:
However, materials on international human rights protection will be found in various areas of the law library, as well as on the World Wide Web. Therefore, it is essential to use the online catalog, TALLONS, as well as the methods and information covered in this Guide in order to do thorough research.
"Human rights" is a working Library of Congress subject heading on TALLONS. A Keyword search on TALLONS using the terms "human" and "rights" returns 6942 results. These can be sorted by date to display the most recent titles first.
Use these links to access Tarlton's other Foreign & International Law research guides.
Foreign & International Law Office: Room 3.213, 3rd floor of Library
Phone: (512) 471-7260
Hours: 8:30 am – 5:30 pm, Monday - Friday*
The Foreign and International Law librarian is available for reference help and consultation. He cannot give substantive advice on legal questions or interpret legal materials. Reference help is available on a walk-in basis; however, those needing extensive help may need to set up an appointment. Limited telephone reference is available during normal business hours.
*When the office is closed, the Reference Librarian on the main floor can help you during their regularly scheduled reference hours.