The library's blog featuring legal resources, news, and updates on Texas law.
The 88th Texas Legislative Regular Session began on January 10th and concludes on Monday, May 29th. Now what? Here’s a look at what happens next.
Great news! Our patrons now have remote access to two new legal reference collections available through HeinOnline:
To research these collections remotely, you’ll need a free library account. Texas residents can sign up for a library account directly through our website.
Texas Law & Legislation
Constitution, statutes, rules, and Attorney General opinions.
Texas Court Rules
Rules that govern Texas court proceedings.
Historical Texas Statutes
Laws enacted 1879 – 1984.
Technical codes adopted by state law.
Continuing Legal Education (CLEs)
Courses from 2017 onward available as e-books.
Restrictions After a Felony Conviction
State laws affecting those with felony convictions.
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