The Library staff welcomes opportunities to introduce the Library's collections and services to the public. Any tour can be tailored to meet the special interests of a group. A tour may focus on a particular part of the collection, on a specific subject area or jurisdiction, or on the Hyder Art Collection housed within the Library.
Please note that:
- Please contact us at least one week in advance with your request for a group tour.
- No more than 20 individuals should be included in one tour group.
- No group tours are given during Law School final exams and during the month before Law School final exams. Library tours are generally not scheduled during the months of November, December, April, and May.
To schedule a group tour, please contact Jane O'Connell, Deputy Director, at email@example.com or (512) 471-8761.
Tours for Prospective & Admitted Law Students
The Library staff also welcomes the opportunity to introduce the Library’s collections and services to prospective and admitted students of the law school. While the law school’s Admissions Office offers tours of the law school which include the Library, the Library also offers a more extensive tour for interested prospective and admitted students. Students interested in a separate tour of the Library should contact Kasia Solon Cristobal, Student Services Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (512) 232-3801.
Prospective and admitted students are also welcome to stop by the Library for a tour between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. on weekdays. Simply let a staffer at the circulation desk know that you are a prospective or admitted student interested in a tour and they will contact Kasia Solon Cristobal or another of our reference librarians who can provide a tour of the Library.