Journal editors are encouraged to use electronic resources whenever possible in their cite checking. It may be more convenient to use Tarlton’s book scanners to scan needed chapters and sections of print books rather than checking out entire books.
Journals may request multiple borrower cards that allow checkout of materials from the Law Library to the journal. Contact the circulation desk (email@example.com, 512-471-7726) for information on how to apply for borrower cards for your journal. (Please note that if a journal member uses his or her personal account to check out materials for journal use, that journal member is personally responsible for any late fees or lost items charges.)
How to Keep Track of Materials Your Journal Has Checked Out
Please check the UT Libraries website (https://www.lib.utexas.edu/) for updated information about the services currently provided. The information provided below is generally applicable during normal operations at UT Libraries.
The Tarlton Law Library is separate from the rest of the UT Libraries system. Tarlton journal library cards are not valid at other campus libraries and UT Libraries does not deliver books to Tarlton. If an item is available at another library on campus, then a journal member must check it out on his or her personal account by:
For articles or individual book chapters, journal members may request a scan through the Get a Scan service.
The journal member will be personally responsible for any late fees or lost item charges incurred on his or her personal account.
Interlibrary Loan Service
Materials not available at Tarlton or other UT-Austin libraries can be obtained through Tarlton's interlibrary loan service (ILL) by submitting an online form (via ILLiad). Please note, journals are strongly encouraged to request book chapters or pages, rather than entire print books, when possible. All journals have an organizational login for ILLiad. Please stop by the Library's front circulation desk if your journal has forgotten its ILLiad login or needs to reset its password. (Members should not use personal logins for ILL requests to forestall being individually responsible for materials requested.)