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The Law in Popular Culture Room Is also located on the 2nd Floor. It is home to thou- sands of books and videos that can be used by students to study the portrayal of law in popular culture. This room is a favorite retreat for fresh laws in need of stress relief. The Popular Reading Room on the southeast side of the 2nd Floor houses current maga- zines, state and national news- papers, fiction and non-fiction. In this room, students can take time out of their busy day to update themselves on world national, and local events. You can find the Reserve Reading Room on the 4th Floor. This room contains high-demand items such as previous law exams, treatises, hornbooks, commercial outlines, nutshells, and many other tools vital to the study and understanding of law. This is a popular room for law students during finals. The Media Center is located on the 4th floor. It houses items such as videotapes, microforms, and audiocassettes. Fl --: e from top ( i ) The 2nd floor couches are a favorile resting area for exhausted law students (2) Rafael assists Candace Walter at tfie Reserve Desk (3) Seth Meisel studies m the Reserve Room (4) David Damiani peruses the video selections n ; Popular Culture Room Tarlton Law Library — 7
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Tarlton Law Library, located in the Jamail Center for Legal Research, is a key resource for students attending the University of Texas School of Law. The library dates back to 1883, the year the Law School was founded. An initial investment of only $254.50 formed the foundation of the library. From its humble beginnings, it has grown to become one of the largest and most important academic law libraries in the United States, encompassing more than 170,000 square feet. Tarlton Law Library is recognized as the finest legal research center in the Southwest and it houses the 6th largest law school library collection in the US. Upon entering the library on the 2nd Floor, you will notice the circulation desk and a reference desk. Both are staffed by friendly librarians who are eager to provide assistance to anyone requesting it. With the assistance of computer terminals, the reference librarians are very adept at locating any resource from microforms to rare books. If an item is not available within the library, the staff can request the publication via an interlibrary loan program. When students request assistance at Tarlton, they get the best help that any library has to offer. Members of the library staff are extremely knowl- edgeable and many have degrees in library sci- ence. Most of the public service librarians also have law degrees. This is why Tarlton Law Library is nationally recognized as a training center for law librarians. Several Tarlton alumni have become directors of law libraries throughout the country, many of whom were mentored by our own Professor Roy Mersky. ABOVE Oliver Eclannal locates a book for Eric Romberg at the front desk. BELOW Students use the library terminals for checking email, accessing library c line catalogs (TALLONS) and for other research Tarlton Law Library
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The Computer Learning Center on the 5th floor is a popular place for law students to get their work done With 82 IBM- compatible personal computers at their disposal, students don ' t have to compete for computer time to perform research and word processing tasks. Student workers stand by. ready to pro- vide assistance with printing or other computer-related issues that may arise. There are also classrooms in which LEXIS and WESTLAW training are offered at vahous times throughout the year. The Foreign and International Law Collection on the 6th Floor houses substantial collections of international documents relating to public international law, foreign law, and private interna- tional law. This collection includes documents from the United Nations, the Organization of American States, and the Council of Europe. The Computer L plays an important part in the education of today ' s law student. 8 — Tarlton Law Library
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