Library Resources and Services
Includes cases, the Texas Code, Texas Rules of Procedure, the Texas Law Encyclopedia, MICPEL continuing legal education books, and a collection of texts on Texas Law.
United States Collection
Includes US Supreme Court cases, the United States Code Annotated, federal and regional reporters, legal encyclopedias and law texts.
Do It Yourself Collection
The library has a collection of books written specifically for the non-attorney litigant. Ask the librarian for assistance.
Internet Legal Research
There are a variety of legal library resources available on the Internet. Currently, the Law Library offers its visitors two public access Internet terminals for legal research and writing purposes. We are pleased to provide on-site access to Lexis.com on both terminals, and Westlaw.com on the terminal on the right side, next to the printer.
- To provide fair access to all library users, we ask that you limit your use of the library computers to legal research and writing.
Computer use is limited to 20 minutes at a time if others are waiting.
- Computer printer pages cost 20 cents each.
- Please see the librarian if you have questions regarding legal information available via the Internet.
The law library's copy machine is self-service only. Copies are twenty cents per page. The copier accepts coins and $1 and $5 bills. The library does not make change.