About the Library
The Texas State Law Library serves the legal research needs of the Texas Supreme Court, the Court of Criminal Appeals, the Office of the Attorney General, other state agencies and commissions, and the citizens of the state. We are a public law library.
See chapter 91 of the Texas Government Code for the legislation that created the Texas State Law Library.
To learn about the library materials available at the Texas State Law Library, see our library resources page. Please contact us if you have any questions about the materials available at the Texas State Law Library.
P.O. Box 12367
Austin, TX 78711-2367
205 West 14th
Tom C. Clark Building
Room G01 (ground floor)
Austin, TX 78701-1614
The State Preservation Board makes available this map showing the location of all state office buildings in the Capitol Complex.
Monday through Friday, 8am to 5pm, except holidays. Due to limited staff resources and closing procedures, circulation and reference desk services may not be available after 4:45pm.
The Texas State Law Library is located just northwest of the Capitol building, in the Tom C. Clark Building. You may enter the building at 14th and Colorado or 13th and Colorado. The library is located on the ground floor.
The library does not have any dedicated parking for patrons. There is metered street parking available in front of and near the Tom C. Clark building. You may be able to find street parking along 14th Street, Lavaca, or Colorado.
Limited free public parking is available at the State Visitor Parking Garage. It is located at 1201 San Jacinto (the northeast corner of 12th and San Jacinto). The first two hours of parking are free of charge. Vehicles may enter from either 12th or 13th Street. The garage is bordered by San Jacinto and Trinity.