News & Events RSS Feed
Subscribe and never miss UT Law news highlights and event notices! Our feed will help keep you
informed about what is going on in the UT Law community.
Feeds from the Tarlton Law Library
- Notable News from the Tarlton Law Library:
- Actual Innocence Awareness Database:
- New Acquisitions — General Collection:
- New Acquisitions — Foreign and International Law Collection:
What’s an RSS feed?
RSS stands for “Really Simple Syndication”, an easy way to receive a website’s
latest content without having to visit the site directly. Using a software
program called a feed reader, you can subscribe to feeds provided by sites
ranging from major news organizations to personal blogs. The feed reader
downloads the latest headlines from the sites that you subscribe to,
presenting them as a nicely aggregated list, making it possible to skim
quickly through the headlines to find items that are of interest to you.
How do I get started?
- First you’ll need to have a feed reader:
- There are web-based aggregators (popular ones include
Google Reader and
- There are ones that run on your personal computer
popular choices for Windows users, and
Reeder are the top choices for OS X users). Many other
great aggregator programs are available, however, and
many of them are free or available for other systems
such as the Blackberry handheld or for use on Linux!
- Your web browser may already have built-in handling of RSS
- Next, you’ll need to add the feed’s address to your subscription list.
Whichever feed reader you pick, it should have an option named something
like “Add a Feed by URL” or “Manually Add a Feed”. This function allows
you to specify the address of a feed that you’d like added to your
Two ways to subscribe to the UT Law news feed:
- Simply cut-and-paste our feed’s URL
into the “Add a Feed by URL” box in your reader program.
- Or, you can right-click (Mac users: option-click) on the RSS
graphic at the top of this page, and choose ‘Copy Shortcut’
or ‘Copy Link Location’. Paste the URL into the
“Add a Feed by URL” box in your reader program
(many sites only have an RSS or XML
graphic button for their feeds, so it’s handy to know
how to do this!).
- Our RSS feed contains the latest headlines and links from our
Recent News & Events page, and is
updated whenever a new article is posted there by our Communications team.