The library's blog featuring legal resources, news, and updates on Texas law.

We are happy to announce that library patrons can now access HeinOnline's Voting Rights & Election Law database remotely! This new addition to the library's roster of HeinOnline databases is a great starting point for anyone interested in current and historical resources on the electoral process, political campaigns, and voting rights. 

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March 3rd – 9th is National Consumer Protection Week! Covering everything from debt collection to lemon laws, the library has many resources to help you learn about your rights as a consumer.  

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If you find yourself facing a legal problem you can’t resolve, it may be time to call a professional.  Lawyers can handle a variety of issues, including divorce, child custody, estate planning, starting a business, or providing a legal defense in a lawsuit.

Hiring a lawyer can be intimidating, but we have a few pointers for getting started. Head to our Hiring an Attorney guide for a full rundown.

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