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  • Tarlton Law Library
    30am 10pm Sat 9am 10pm Sun 10am midnight Reference desk M Th 8am 8pm Fri 8am 6pm Sat Sun noon 6pm Detailed Hours information Contact Email a Librarian Text or chat UT EID required Make a suggestion View staff directory Phone General 512 471 7726 Reference 512 471 6220 Address 727 East Dean Keeton St Austin TX 78705 Search TALLONS the online catalog Search TALLONS the online catalog Library news Find more news on our blog Hours update Holiday closure and finals In observance of the Thanksgiving holiday the Library will be closing early at 6pm on Wednesday November 21 and will reopen again at 9am on Saturday November 24th Extended hours for finals start on Sunday November 25th Detailed hours information The law of Thanksgiving traditions Curious about the origin of the presidential turkey pardon and presidential pardon power in general Read all about it on our blog Thomas Erskine s Inkstand Just one of the many interesting items held in Tarlton Law Library s special collections is an inkstand given to the noted British lawyer Thomas Erskine 1750 1823 by Felix McCarthy in appreciation of Erksine s rigorous defense of McCarthy Read more about Erskine McCarthy and the

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  • Contact
    desk 512 471 6220 email or online chat UT EID required for chat Technology contacts Contact name Email address Computer Learning Center Webmaster Staff Name Title Department Email Phone Location Baltazar Jonathan Software Developer Patron Services 512 471 7726 JON 2nd floor Bintliff Barbara Profile Director Administration 512 471 7735 JON 2 212C Blair Megan Assistant Archivist Special Collections 512 471 7263 JON 3 221 Booker Kelly Processing Bindery Assistant Collection Services 512 232 3834 JON 2nd floor Bridges Barbara Government Documents Librarian Patron Services 512 232 3805 JON 4th floor Brinkerhoff Heidi Bookkeeper Collection Services 512 232 3830 JON 2nd floor Cerda Ileana Administrative Assistant Administration 512 471 7735 JON 2nd floor Chih Frances Administrative Services Coordinator Administration 512 471 7241 JON 2nd floor Cofield Melanie Digital Resources Librarian Patron Services 512 232 3819 JON 2nd floor Coyle Rose Circulation Supervisor Access Services 512 471 7726 JON 2nd floor Crawford Black Debra Cataloger Collection Services 512 471 8238 JON 2nd floor Cristobal Kasia Solon Profile Student Services Coordinator Patron Services 512 471 7292 JON 2nd floor Curfman Chau Collection Development Management Assistant Collection Services 512 471 7072 JON 2nd floor Dowell Joe Document Delivery Supervisor Patron Services 512 471 0626 JON 2 210E Duncan Casey Profile Assistant Director for Technical Services Collection Services 512 232 1568 JON 2nd floor Garcia Leticia Acquisitions Assistant Collection Services 512 471 0584 JON 2nd floor Haluska Rausch Elizabeth Profile Director of Special Collections Special Collections 512 232 3802 JON 4 209B Hays Stacy Tarlton Fellow Patron Services 512 232 3350 JON 2nd floor Hilkin Liz Archivist and Reference Librarian Special Collections 512 471 7071 JON 4 209A Lee Rich Help Desk Specialist Computer Learning Center 512 232 8455 JON 3 220A Lloyd Teri Head of Circulation Access Services 512 232 3815 JON 2

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  • Tarlton Law Library - A - Z index
    Gavel Awards Archive Law in Popular Culture Media collection Special collections Library Services Ask a Librarian Circulation Computers Technology Conference rooms Course reserves Document delivery Interlibrary loan Publications Reference Tarlton Library News blog Tours Web based services Resources for Faculty Students Tarlton Law Library A Z index A B C D E F G H I J L M N O P R S T U V W A About the Library Access Archives Ask a librarian B Blog C Call numbers by subject Catalog Chat reference Circulation Collections Computers technology Conference rooms Course reserves Current awareness Current Index to Legal Periodicals Current legal literature services D Databases Digital collections Directions Document delivery Donations E Exhibits F FAQs Facebook Faculty Publications Newsletter published by Tarlton Law Library Federal documents Floor maps Foreign international law G Gavel Awards archive Guest borrower cards H Hours Hyder collection I Indexes to journal articles Interlibrary loan J Justices of Texas K L Law In Popular Culture collection Legal History Series published by Tarlton Law Library Legal self help Liaisons Library services Location M Media collection N O Oral History Series published by Tarlton Law Library P Parking Past exams Photocopying Policies Printing Publications Q

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  • Tarlton Law Library - About the Library
    blog Tours Web based services Resources for Faculty Students About the Library 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 Access Tarlton Law Library is open to the public Find out more information about Library privileges here Donations Would you like to make a gift donation to the Library Read more about making donations here Exhibits Tarlton Law Library develops both physical and online exhibits showcasing our collections of rare books and other special collections as well as commemorating events in the history of the law school Texas and U S legal history with materials from our archival collections Learn more about our current and previous exhibits Frequently Asked Questions Floor Maps Hours Library and reference desk hours for the current semester can be found here Hyder Collection The Elton M Hyder Jr Collection adds warmth and personality to the interior environment of the Library Location directions parking Policies Includes policies on

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  • Tarlton Law Library - Access and circulation information
    campus Individual guest borrower cards are available at a cost of 75 per calendar year Corporate guest borrower cards are available for entities employing up to 15 attorneys at a cost of 150 per calendar year For firms and corporations employing 15 or more attorneys the cost of the borrower card is 300 per calendar year Cards expire annually on August 31 Invoices will be sent out annually to corporate guest borrowers and individual borrowers who have elected to receive them for the option to renew their cards To apply for a guest borrower card complete a Patron Information Sheet and present a state issued photo ID and the annual fee cash or check to the Circulation Desk between 8 a m and 5 p m Monday through Friday Texas state agencies may obtain free guest borrower cards upon presentation of an employee s state issued photo ID and a letter printed on agency letterhead The letter must state the following the agency requests the card the agency is responsible for material checked out and or fines and the names of employees authorized to check out materials for the agency no more than 3 employees Library patron records Patrons are encouraged to update their Library patron record if e mail or mailing addresses change As a courtesy the Library sends e mail reminders and overdue notices to patrons but the Library is not responsible for misdirected notices sent to patrons who have not verified or updated their Library patron records Patrons may also update their patron records in person at the Circulation Desk Circulation periods Primary source materials digests looseleaf binders microforms periodicals and reference resources do not generally circulate outside the Library but most other materials may be checked out by Library users with valid UT Austin ID cards TexShare cards or Tarlton Guest Borrower cards Loan periods for circulating materials vary based on the type of material and the borrower s status as follows Books and CDs generally circulate for 3 weeks and can be renewed LPOP videos and DVDs circulate for 3 days and only to the Law School community Renewals are not allowed Course reserve and designated study guide materials circulate for 2 hours or 24 hours depending on their status Renewals are not allowed Laptops and computer hardware circulate for 24 hours and only to law students Renewals are not allowed Renewing library materials Most Library materials may be renewed by logging in to the Library s online catalog When renewing online patrons are encouraged to check the screen for information on the success or failure of the renewal If an item cannot be renewed a Not all renewals were successful message will appear on the screen If the renewal is successful a new due date will appear in the STATUS column Materials may also be renewed in person at the Circulation Desk To avoid late fees materials should be renewed before the due date Returning library materials All materials borrowed from Tarlton Law Library

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  • Tarlton Law Library - Frequently Asked Questions
    from Tarlton must be returned to Tarlton Tarlton does not accept items checked out from other UT libraries Late fees will accrue on Tarlton items mistakenly returned to other libraries How do I How do I make copies print something Information on photocopying and printing services in the Library is on the Library website How do I reserve a conference room UT law students and UT law faculty can reserve conference rooms through our online reservation system How do I get something from closed stacks Please write down the call number for the item and ask for it at either the Circulation Desk or the Reference Desk One of our librarians will retrieve the item for you How do I recall a book Check the TALLONS catalog record for the book If the status of a book indicates that it is checked out you can recall the book by clicking on the Request button near the top of the screen The Library will notify you when the book is available for check out I m a UT student how do I pay my Law Library fine Fines can be paid online through the UT Direct What I Owe page UT EID login required or by cash check or money order at the Cashiers Office Main Building MAI on campus map Room 8 Monday through Friday 8 30am 4 30pm I m a UT undergrad non law UT student how do I check out Law Library books Anyone with a UT ID students faculty or staff may check out books from the Law Library You will need to fill out a form at the Circulation Desk the first time you check an item out so that you can be added to our system Items checked out from the Law Library must be returned at the Law Library I m a public patron Are the library facilities open to the general public Yes Read more details about public access and circulation privileges How do I get a library card check out books Public patrons with valid TexShare cards or Tarlton Guest Borrower cards may borrow circulating materials from the Library Is there any way for me to access the library s subscription databases All of Tarlton s legal research databases are available for use by public patrons on site Non UT affiliated users should request access to Westlaw at the reference desk Can I use the computers Yes once you have obtained a guest UT EID Read more about the Library s policy on public computer use How do I log in to the UT wireless network Memebers of the public may connect to AT T WiFi Select the attwifi network on your device open the web browser and follow the instructions For visitors without an AT T network account a 24 hour block may be purchased for 3 99 through the AT T web site Can I use Westlaw The Library has a public access version of Westlaw available for use

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  • Tarlton Law Library - exhibits
    Memoriale institutionum juris Ratzeburg 1672 Each year Tarlton Law Library adds materials to the Rare Books Collection that complement our mission to provide historical resources to the University of Texas School of Law The emphasis over the last years has been on practice manuals monuments of Roman Civil and Common Law and historic Texas and Louisiana legal materials The collection grows through purchase identification and relocation of rare materials in the general collection and gifts Now on display on the second floor is a selection of some of the finest material in the collection For more information on the Rare Books collection please visit our website For more information on the illustration to the right see Emily Kadens Legal Memory Learning the Law in 17th Century Germany UT LAW MAGAZINE 10 Fall 2007 Curated by Elizabeth Haluska Rausch Director of Special Collections Atrium United States Patent Models 1836 1880 Wind Engine US Patent 215 753 The Department of Special Collections presents a new exhihibit on patent models Patent models saw their heyday between 1836 and 1870 and that is the period from which most of the models in this collection date Inevitably inventors submitted models more rapidly than space could be found to house them Despite devastating fires in 1836 and 1877 by 1880 the Patent Office had exceeded capacity and banned new models altogether with the notable exceptions of flying machines and perpetual motion devices The first sale of the models took place in 1925 resulting in the dispersal of more than 100 000 models among institutions and private collectors In 1941 one such collector the auctioneer O Rundle Gilbert purchased tens of thousands of models at a bankruptcy auction saving them from being melted as scrap He in turn sold approximately 1000 of these to Jack R Crosby

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  • Tarlton Law Library - Building Maps
    Research Tools Call numbers by subject Catalog Current awareness Databases Legal self help Research guides Stack guide Texas law research U S Supreme Court resources Collections Digital collections Federal documents Foreign international law Gavel Awards Archive Law in Popular Culture Media collection Special collections Library Services Ask a Librarian Circulation Computers Technology Conference rooms Course reserves Document delivery Interlibrary loan Publications Reference Tarlton Library News blog Tours Web based services Resources for Faculty Students Hours Location and parking Building maps Policies Computer Learning Center Hyder Collection Stack guide Subject guide Conference rooms Photocopying Tours Exhibits About the Library Library Building Maps 1st floor closed to the public 2nd floor main lobby Upon entering the Library this is where you will find the circulation desk reference desk the Law in Popular Culture collection and Popular Reading Room Other materials on this floor include federal primary authority materials the National Reporter System and associated digests Texas specific materials and some interdisciplinary materials 3rd floor The newly renovated third floor features a computer lab computer classroom computer help desk a student lounge two conference rooms and additional study spaces Collections shelved on this floor include journals foreign and international law and some interdisciplinary

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