The library has an extensive collection of legal resources available to the public. The library's collection consists of Texas and Federal primary law materials including the Texas Statutes and Codes, the Texas Register, the Texas Administrative Code, United States Code Annotated, the Federal Register, and the Code of Federal Regulations. It also includes legal treatises, practice guides, form books, law journals, magazines, newspapers, the National Reporter System, and the American Law Reports.
The library is also proud to provide access to some of our own content. The reference librarians have compiled an annotated and searchable list of recommended titles and treatises, arranged by subject matter. Similarly, we have also highlighted a large selection of our continuing legal education materials for attorneys and other members of the judiciary. We also strive to keep our compilation of restrictions after a felony conviction in Texas current.
Use the links below to explore our collections.
- Attorney General Opinions (1891–1938) — Texas Attorney General opinions prior to 1939
- Braden's Annotated Texas Constitution
- Continuing Legal Education Materials
- Digital Collection
- Electronic Databases
- Historical Texas Statutes
- Law Practice Management
- Law Reviews
- Legislative Recaps
- Parole & Mandatory Supervision Law
- Print Materials
- Recommended Titles and Treatises
- Restrictions After a Felony Conviction
- State of the Judiciary Messages