It's National Library Week (April 8-14), and the Harris County Law Library is celebrating! We're tipping our hat to the Texas State Law Library in Austin whose digital resources are available to residents throughout the state free of charge!
To enroll in Texas State Law Library's "Research from Home" program, simply sign up for a library card on the Law Library's website. (New users will be authenticated using geolocation to confirm Texas residency.)
Library accounts obtained via the TSLL online patron registration form will grant you access from home to selected library databases and the TSLL digital collection of more than 500 e-books and practice guides. (Some e-books are restricted and can only be checked out from home by government employees. The restricted titles are the Texas Litigation Guide, the Texas Transaction Guide, Collier on Bankruptcy, and Moore's Federal Practice.) Access to these resources will be permitted for a period of 6 months, with the option to re-enroll on the TSLL library card renewal page.
Join us celebrating National Library Week by registering for your Texas State Law Library remote access library card today!