The Tarlton Law Library’s physical facility is closed until further notice. Tarlton’s librarians and staff remain actively engaged in providing library services. Student tech support (firstname.lastname@example.org) and faculty and student reference assistance (https://tarlton.law.utexas.edu/email) will be available during business hours. Students can also consult our Library and Technology Support FAQ (https://tarlton.law.utexas.edu/student-remote) for most frequently needed information.
The Library subscribes to the University of Washington's Current Index to Legal Periodicals (CILP), which delivers weekly e-mail notices containing topical access to the table of contents pages from over 570 legal publications. Faculty can also set up a SmartCILP profile and receive a weekly e-mail that focuses only on the subject headings and journals they select. To receive CILP notices or set up a SmartCILP profile, please contact Matt Steinke (471-6232, email@example.com).
To help UT Law faculty stay abreast on each other's scholarship, Tarlton compiles and circulates by email a list of recent faculty publications on a monthly basis.
Have you published something new recently? Please let your library liaison know so that Tarlton may include it in the next issue.
The Library subscribes to the Legal Scholarship Network (LSN), a division of the Social Sciences Research Network (SSRN) that publishes a wide range of law-related working papers and article drafts accepted for publication. Faculty members may subscribe to any of the LSN journals. Access to the SSRN Economic Research Network and Financial Economics Network may also be available. Contact Matt Steinke (firstname.lastname@example.org, 471-6232).
The Library provides regular email updates during Supreme Court terms to UT law faculty. These updates, from BNA’s Supreme Court Today, include concise summaries of recently issued Supreme Court decisions and certs granted, with links to the official slip opinions on the Supreme Court website. UT law faculty interested in subscribing to the email notifications should contact Matt Steinke (email@example.com, (512) 471-6232).
You can use Lexis, Westlaw, and other electronic resources to create automatic notification systems that will inform you by email of new primary or secondary source materials that relate to particular subjects or that are published by particular sources. Contact your library liaison for more information.