Q. How do I find information about the law (court cases, bills, statutes and codes, regulations, or law reviews)?


Detailed information about finding and using legal resources is available in our Law Subject Guide.

LexisNexis Academic provides online access to legal materials for members of the UNT community.

ProQuest Congressional provides online access to congressional, legislative, and regulatory materials for members of the UNT community.

LexisNexis State Capital provides online access to information about state law, legislation, and legislators for members of the UNT community.

The following resources provide access to information about Texas law:

For further assistance with legal research, please visit the Eagle Commons Library Service Desk in Sycamore Hall, or contact the Government Documents Department by E-mail, postal mail, or telephone.

The Government Documents staff are not attorneys or paralegals and are neither authorized nor qualified to practice law. We can help you identify and locate print and online sources and can assist you in using these sources, but we cannot conduct research for you, give you legal advice, or interpret laws or cases for you.
  • Last Updated Mar 20, 2018
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