Telephone

Our librarians are available by telephone during regular business hours.

I have a question about the law or my legal research.

Librarians cannot:

  • Help you file or respond to a lawsuit.
  • Determine what legal forms you need.
  • Take or investigate complaints against a landlord, HOA, business, or other organization.

We are not attorneys. We will refer you to legal aid or to a lawyer referral service if we are unable to answer your question.

Before you call, we may have already answered your question! Our searchable Legal FAQs address many common questions.

We also constantly update our legal guides. Some popular topics include:

To speak with a librarian, call (844) 829-2843 (toll-free in Texas) or (512) 463-1722.

I have a legal issue and need help figuring out what I should do.

Librarians can help find legal information, but we cannot tell you what to do in a particular situation.

The information we provide may help you make your own decision. If you're still stuck, you may need to speak with an attorney or seek legal aid.

Librarians cannot:

  • Explain what you should do or give legal advice.
  • Provide an opinion about what the law means in your situation.
  • Help you fill out a legal form or explain what steps you should take in a legal case.

Librarians can:

To speak with a librarian, call (844) 829-2843 (toll-free in Texas) or (512) 463-1722.

I need help with my library account.

If none of the options above solve your issue, call (512) 463-1725.

I need help with something else.

For anything else, call (844) 829-2843 (toll-free in Texas) or (512) 463-1722.

Note: We are not attorneys. We will refer you to legal aid or to a lawyer referral service if we are unable to answer your question.

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