This month we will be hosting a Lexis webinar on Thursday, October 24th from noon to 1 p.m. in the library's mezzanine. Drinking from a Fire Hydrant: Basic Legal Research in the Age of Technology will focus on conducting basic legal research using Lexis Advance. Lexis training is free and qualifies for 1 hour of CLE credit but is limited to 20 participants. Please sign up online or call us at (512) 463-1722 to reserve your spot. Once your spot is reserved you can choose to either attend the training in person or participate remotely via Skype.
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Following release, many convicted felons have questions about their voting rights. At the library, we get these types of questions so frequently that we decided to address them on our frequently asked legal questions page.
In addition to answering the question "Can a felon vote in Texas?", our library also provides several other resources for ex-offenders.
The Restrictions on Convicted Felons Collection brings together the many statutes, administrative rules, state court rules, and federal court rules that place further restrictions on convicted felons and our Re-Entry Resources for Ex-Offenders guide provides resources to help those who have been incarcerated re-enter society.
Remember, if you have questions about voting (or anything else) you can always Ask a Librarian!