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The Tarlton Law Library is open at this time with access limited to current UT Law students, faculty, and staff. Members of the UT Austin community unaffiliated with the law school may contact the Circulation Desk (circ@law.utexas.edu, 512-471-7726) for assistance with accessing library resources. Online reference services are also available. Please see the Tarlton Reopening FAQs and the Texas Law Fall 2020 Reopening Plan for additional details

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Student FAQs on Remote Library Services

This guide provides answers to common questions students may have about how to access Tarlton services remotely.

How can I renew a book checked out from Tarlton?

You can log in to your Tarlton Law Library account here. If you do not know your Tarlton PIN, you can email the Tarlton Circulation Desk.

Once you have logged in to your Tarlton Law Library account, select the books you want to renew and click on the “Renew Marked” button.

If there are any Tarlton library books that you are unable to renew (e.g., you have reached the renewal limit on those books), please email the Tarlton Circulation Desk.

 

How can I renew a book checked out from another UT library?

You can log in to your UT Libraries account here using your UT EID and password. Click on "Loans" to renew the books.

If there are books that you cannot renew (e.g., you have reached the renewal limit on those books), contact Perry-Castaneda Library (PCL) or the library where the book is from to get more information on that library's policies and procedures. You can find a list of campus libraries, their hours, and their contact information here.

If I have a book from another UT library that is due while that UT library is closed, will I accrue fines?

If you have questions about fines for books from other UT Libraries or how to return books if they are closed or if you are not on campus, contact Perry-Castaneda Library (PCL) or the library where the book is from to get more information on that library's policies and procedures. You can find a list of campus libraries and their contact information here.

What if I have a book checked out through interlibrary loan?

If you are no longer on campus and have a book that is checked out through interlibrary loan that you need to return, you can email Tarlton's ILL supervisor, Joe Dowell, for instructions.