Contact Tarlton's reference librarians through online chat, email, in person, or by phone.
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.
Checkout periods, renewals, late fees, and requirements for obtaining a Tarlton library card.
Information about technology services available in the Library, including computer access, printing, photocopying, the media center, and resources for disabled patrons.
UT law students and UT law faculty can reserve conference rooms.
Faculty put materials on reserve for use in the Library.
Request copies of articles, conference papers, and reports housed at Tarlton.
Materials not available on the UT Austin campus may be obtained for UT law students or UT law faculty through interlibrary loan.
Read about specialized publications produced by the Tarlton Law Library, including a Legal History Series and award-winning Oral Histories collection.
Learn how to contact Tarlton's reference librarians, who are available to help patrons locate information and to provide assistance in legal research methodology.
Find out how to schedule a tour of the Library.
A variety of services designed to make research easier and more convenient.