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Research Guide on European Union Law  

Guide to basic research on European Union law in the Tarlton Law Library
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Location of EU Materials

European Union materials are located on the 3rd floor of the library (map).  General call number ranges where publications from the EU or about EU law will be found are:

  • JX 1982 - JX 1984, stacks 315/316
  • KJE 916 - KJE 7975, stacks 351/352

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The Law Library is an official depository of publications from the EU. Many of these publications are legal or law-related. The Publications Office of the European Union now makes many EU publications available in PDF for free on the World Wide Web through its EU Bookshop.  This has resulted in a decrease in the amount of material that the Law Library receives in hard copy.

Also, the Law Library has built a major collection of materials about EU law from many other publishers.

Under the Introductory Materials tab of the Library Guide, you will find in the left column resources for keeping track of EU developments.  Also in the left column is a list of periodicals devoted to EU law in the Law Library.  In the right column is a list of recent introductory texts on EU law.


Reference Services

Foreign & International Law Office:  Room 3.213, 3rd floor of Library
Phone: (512) 471-7260
Hours: 8:30 am – 5:30 pm, Monday - Friday*

The Foreign and International Law librarian is available for reference help and consultation.  He cannot give substantive advice on legal questions or interpret legal materials.  Reference help is available on a walk-in basis; however, those needing extensive help may need to set up an appointment.  Limited telephone reference is available during normal business hours. 

*When the office is closed, the Reference Librarian on the main floor can help you during their regularly scheduled reference hours.


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Citing EU Materials

  • See The Bluebook, 19th ed., pp. 193-194, 205-209 and 426-427
  • See also A Citation Manual for European Community Materials, 23 Fordham Int'l L.J. 935 (2000)

Last Revision

November 2012


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