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It's a good day to be a lawyer in the Lone Star state. On Tuesday, FindLaw launched its new Texas Statutes and Constitution section, bringing Texans the best, easiest to use Texas statutes around.
So, if your client is considering moving some cattle around, we've got the relevant permitting laws right here. Of maybe you need to brush up on oil and gas pooling rules. Well, here ya go. Or maybe you're just looking for Texas's workers' comp laws. We've got those too. And it's all fast, easy, and totally free.
FindLaw's New Texas Statutes
FindLaw's new Texas Statutes and Constitution section is brought to you through our partnership with Thomson Reuters Westlaw, FindLaw's sister company. That means you're getting more new content than Texas has miles. That's hundreds of thousands of pages of Texas law, now on FindLaw for free and courtesy of Westlaw, the industry leader in online legal research.
If you're a legal professional in Texas, you now have all the laws you could need, from Texas's business code, to the state's family laws, to the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure. Mix in some of FindLaw's free Texas case law offerings, our U.S. Fifth Circuit Blog, and practice management guides, and you'll have more resources than you'll know what to do with, all at FindLaw and all for free.
Easy to Use, Wherever You Are
But FindLaw's Texas statutes aren't just free, they're easy. Organization and navigation through the laws is simple, allowing you to browse by code, title, and chapter, or search for specific sections. The intuitive menu system means you won't find yourself getting lost as you browse through the statutes.
Plus, once you've found what you need, sharing it is a snap. Just use the share buttons beneath a statute and you can send any law to a colleague or to your email in just a few simple clicks.
And if you need to access the law while on the go, FindLaw has you covered as well. Our Texas Statutes and Constitution section was designed to be mobile-friendly, allowing you to use it from your car, from court, or from the local coffee shop.