Now available at the Library: LexisNexis

September 9, 2013


The library is pleased to announce that we are now offering patron access to LexisNexis. Patrons are now able to access a wide variety of materials including primary sources such as case law, and legislative/administrative material. Also available are Martindale-Hubbell listings, select journals and law reviews, and news sources including Texas news and Mealey Publication NewsBriefs.

We continue to offer access to electronic versions of Matthew Bender treatises and Shepard’s Citations Service, but with a new convenience: these resources are now directly linked. You can click from a Shepard’s citation to directly access treatises such as the Texas Litigation Guide.

Contact us at (512) 463-1722 or submit a question using our Ask a Librarian service for more information about LexisNexis and other available databases.

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