Access to Tarlton is temporarily restricted to current UT Law faculty, staff, and students, from January 3 - 30, in keeping with university guidelines implemented in response to the recent developments of the COVID-19 pandemic. Other members of the UT Austin community who need assistance accessing library resources should contact the library's Circulation Desk (email@example.com, 512-471-7726). Online reference services are also available.
Whether you are just starting to think about a paper topic or are putting the finishing touches on your final draft, now is always a good time to ask a law librarian for help researching a seminar paper or law review note.
We are happy to meet with you one on one. For an in-depth consultation, feel free to contact Lei Zhang, Student Services Coordinator, to schedule an appointment with one of our librarians.
And all the usual ways of contacting us for legal research help still exist:
We look forward to helping you.
The Library has authored many guides that may help as you work on your seminar paper. In particular:
There are also many helpful subject specific research guides, ranging from constitutional law to securities law, as well as guides to help with foreign and international law.
As you write your seminar paper, you may decide to undertake some interdisciplinary research. Feel free to avail yourself of the resources provided by UT Libraries' system.
In addition to a host of print and online materials that you can find through their online catalog, you can also view their databases in different fields by subject, and consult librarians with different areas of expertise, who may also have developed research guides.