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Tenth Annual Rare Book Lecture

Learn about execution in Ancient Rome, February 20, 2014

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Library Closed on MLK Day

The Tarlton Law Library will be closed on Monday, January 20th, for the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Holiday.  The Library will resume its normal hours of operation on Tuesday, January 21st.

Posted in Front Page News, Hours

New year, new books, new RSS feed

This new year, stay up to date on the latest legal literature by using Tarlton’s improved new acquisitions RSS feed.

Posted in Front Page News, New Titles, Services

Need a conference room? A reminder on how to reserve one

A law student may reserve a room for two hours a week, up to a week in advance; if you are part of a group that needs more than two hours, please list the names of your party.

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CALI Lessons

If you have not had a chance to check out CALI Lessons, now is a great time.  These lessons are a great resource to help you tackle exam preparation. CALI (Computer Assisted Legal Instruction) includes tutorials that are created by

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Tarlton Law Library Participating in Perma

Have you ever encountered that bane of researchers everywhere, link rot? to the rescue!

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