Prodoc: Prodoc is an automated authoring service that generates Texas legal forms in Word or WordPerfect format. More information about ProDoc can be found here, or you can click here for instructions on how to install ProDoc. Law Library Microform Consortium (LLMC) (on-campus and off-campus access) Contains archives of digitized versions of harder-to-find state and federal legal documents. Also includes legal documents from jurisdictions around the world. Due to the increase in COVID-19 cases in Travis County, the physical location of the library will be closed to the public from Friday, January 7 until at least the end of January 2022 to ensure the health and safety of our limited staff. We will continue to be available by phone and email to help you with your legal research! LawInfoChina English versions of Chinese legal and legal documents, including the Chinese Constitution, regulations, regulations and jurisprudence. It also provides access to articles from gazettes and legal journals, as well as information on the structure of China`s legal system. CasemakerX: CasemakerX is a legal research database, similar to WestLaw or LexisNexis, that is made available free of charge to all members of the Texas Bar Association. Law students have access to CasemakerX. To create an account, go to www.casemakerx.com/ and click «Register». Then register with your St. Mary`s University email address (email address ends @stmarytx.edu). Texas Legal Forms (Gale Database) A database of legal forms (all states are represented) covering a variety of topics.

Fastcase: (Campus Access) A legal research database similar to WestLaw or LexisNexis. The libraries include the primary law of all 50 states, as well as federal coverage going back to 1 US 1, 1 F.2d 1, 1 F.Supp.1 and 1 B.R. 1. The Fastcase collection includes business, statutes, bylaws, rules of justice, and constitutions. LexisNexis Academic (On-campus and off-campus access for students.) Comprehensive website that combines primary and secondary academic, business and legal resources. Casemaker/Fastcase – Free remote access for members of the Texas State Bar. Both databases support searching for state and federal cases and laws by citations or keywords. New users must register with their bar number. Legal Information Institute (Cornell University Law School) – A collection of federal legal documents, including the U.S. Constitution, the Code and notices of the U.S. Supreme Court, as well as links to legal documents for all 50 states.

This website also contains a collection of articles on a variety of legal topics and a national directory of lawyers organized by area of practice. The library blog with legal resources, news, and updates on Texas law. ProQuest Congressional Index (on-campus and off-campus access) The Proquest Congressional databases index the federal legislative history compiled by the Congressional Index Service (CIS). This is an excellent source for finding detailed information on the legislative history of many laws. To succeed in today`s legal environment, researchers must have access to extensive legal databases. The Robert W. Hainsworth Harris County Law Library offers free access to several leading databases. In addition, you can find accurate and authoritative information online via the links below. Westlaw Edge (Password restricted: Each law student and faculty member is assigned an individual password.) Online portal of legal documents published by West. Also includes access to thousands of databases on a range of legal and current topics. Search multiple databases for books, articles, and more simultaneously. Texas State Law Library Electronic Databases – Free remote access to several legal databases, including Gale Legal Forms, Fastcase, and HeinOnline.

New users must register for a Texas State Law Library Card before they can use the databases. Trialdex – A comprehensive resource for finding and comparing federal and state jury instructions. Provides a searchable collection of all official and quasi-official federal civil and criminal orders and notes, as well as an index of 20,000 legal terms, statutes, regulations, and Supreme Court affairs mentioned in jury instructions www.sll.texas.gov/self-help/where-to-go-for-help/county-law-libraries/ We meet the legal research needs of the Texas Supreme Court External link, The Criminal Court Appeals external link, the Attorney General`s Office external link, other state agencies and commissions, and state citizens.