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This site contains all U.S. Supreme Court opinions since May 1990, as well as a collection of over 300 historically important decisions made by the U.S. Supreme Court.
This site provides links to U.S. Supreme Court and state cases, federal and state rules and codes, attorney lists, law schools, and law reviews, as well as related links via services.
This site provides legal information organized by type and topic.
This site provides information about the world’s largest trial bar, which promotes justice and fairness for injured persons, safeguards victims’ rights – particularly the right to trial by jury – and strengthens the civil justice system through education and disclosure of information critical to public health and safety.
This site provides information regarding toxic torts, consumer rights, and efforts to safeguard the civil justice system, and provides links to public interest groups and trial lawyer associations.
This site provides information about educational programs for the legal profession and the general public, continuing education programs for attorneys, and the attorney discipline system.
This site provides access to the Texas Administrative Code, a compilation of rules adopted by Texas state agencies.
This information is located in the “Opinion” section of the attorney general’s home page.
This site provides a listing of links to online information for federal and Texas state information.
This site provides a searchable database of bills passed by the Texas legislature dating back to 1995.
This site provides information about continuing legal education courses, legal publications, and networking resources for trial lawyers in Texas.
The Texas “Lemon Law” is a state law that helps consumers who buy or lease new motor vehicles and have repeated problems getting their vehicles properly repaired. The Lemon Law can help a consumer get the vehicle repurchased, replaced or repaired.