This month we will be hosting a Lexis webinar on Thursday, September 27th from 12 – 1 pm in the library's mezzanine. Following, Friending & Pinning: The Intersection of Social Media and Evidentiary Principles discusses trends in social media as they relate to the legal profession. Lexis training is free and qualifies for 1 hour of CLE credit but is limited to 20 participants. Please sign up in the library at the reference desk or call us at (512) 463-1722 to reserve your spot.
The library's e-book collection boasts several titles related to criminal law and criminal procedure! These e-books explain various aspects of criminal law and guide you through legal procedures with forms, drafting guides, practice tips, and citations to relevant statutes and case law.
Some of the most popular titles we provide access to are:
- Texas Criminal Jury Charges and Texas Criminal Lawyer's Handbook from James Publishing
- Texas Criminal Practice Guide from Matthew Bender
- Texas Annotated Criminal Code from LexisNexis
- Wayne LaFave's Criminal Procedure
All of these title are available from home to our registered library patrons. Remember, you can register online if you don't already have an account with us!