Descriptions of the 160 individuals who, as members of the Texas Supreme Court and Texas Court of Criminal Appeals from 1836 to 1986, shaped the rights of Texas citizens. Each description includes a portrait, a biography, citations to opinions, and links to resources with additional information.
Text and images of the constitutions that have governed Texas from its days as a Mexican state up to the adoption of the present constitution in 1876, as well as journals and debates of Texas constitutional conventions. In addition, there is a bibliography of the Texas constitutions, a bibliography of Texas constitutional history, and selective links to related Internet sites.
Digitized documents from Justice Clark's papers relate to ten of the most important Supreme Court cases of the 20th century, including Brown v. Board of Education and Miranda v. Arizona. Users may choose from a list of the most significant documents, or browse all the documents.
An online collection of digitized photographs spanning from the late 1880s to 2009. The website includes historical information about the following Law buildings: Old Main, Pearce Hall, Townes Hall, Jesse H. Jones Hall, and the Connally Center. The site also links to the collection in the UT Digital Repository, which includes high resolution scans in archival format (tif), smaller derivative images (jpg).
An online collection of composite pictures of UT Law senior classes, 1884-1960 and 1979-1981. The website includes an overview of the collection, a brief history of the law school arranged by decennial, and a comprehensive index of faculty and students appearing in the composites. The decennial pages link directly to items in the UT Digital Repository, which include high resolution scans in archival format (tif), smaller derivative images (jpg), and alphabetical indexes of individuals pictured (pdf).