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All the Tools You Need to Succeed
Rely on our Texas Bar Books bookshop to guide you through. Bar-appointed attorneys continually create, review, and update our collections of forms, practice notes, jury charges, and reference guides, giving our material an unmatched reputation with judges and colleagues.
Our Dedicated Law Practice Management Resources Help You run your practice
The Law Practice Management Program provides articles, videos, downloads, and more. Our goal is to help Texas attorneys learn the skills of running a practice that is both sustainable and successful. We devote attention to topics that matter—from using technology to preparing for unexpected events.
You can't achieve success alone, so why not practice together?
- Organization Accounts allow you to connect library assets with coworkers.
- Assign Additional Licenses to colleagues from your account.
- Link Lawyer and Legal Assistant Accounts to give easier access to support staff.
- Firm-Wide Licenses allow administrators to manage their firm's user access.
Tools and Publications for Everyone Involved in Legal Practice
For Texas Bar Members, this account type is full service for Texas attorneys with the benefit of free access to membership content.
Legal Assistants can use the "Link to Lawyer" to purchase and share with a lawyer they are supporting, or can also request access to their library assets.
Law Students & Educators
Law Students can gain access to practice resources to use for educational purposes. Law educators at accredited Texas law schools are also eligible.
Office Managers, Librarians, Others
For everyone else. This account is perfect for administrators managing multiple purchases for their organization, lawyers outside of Texas, or those outside of the legal industry.