The Texas Collection includes Texas legislative codes, session laws, journals, and historic compilations; administrative code and regulations; attorney general opinions; case digests; encyclopedias; form books; and municipal codes. The collection is located in two areas:
Frequently used Texas secondary materials may also be found in the Permanent Reserve Collection.
Students can also access Texas Government Materials from the following sites:
The law library has an extensive collection of both print and online study aids covering first year courses, advanced requireds, and upper-level electives. Some of the series we have in print include:
Print study aids are located in the reserve area behind the Circulation Desk and circulate for 48 hours only.
Online study aids can be accessed through WestAcademic.
The Permanent Reserves Collection is located behind the Circulation Desk. The Permanent Reserves Collection includes:
The Law Library has an extensive microform collection, which is located in the lower level basement. This collection contains archival collections of:
A reader/printer/scanner is available free of charge.
Current issues and bound volumes of law reviews and periodicals are housed in the Lower Level Basement, East Wing. The volumes are arranged alphabetically by title. Law reviews and periodicals can be searched using the Index to Legal Periodicals. The Law Library also subscribes to HeinOnline, a searchable database that contains many law journals, particularly older volumes not carried by either Lexis Advance or Westlaw. The following are a list of databases to search law reviews and periodicals: