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Smith County Law Library

The Smith County Law Library serves as a public reference library for use by the:
  • Federal Court
  • Bankruptcy Court
  • Texas 12th Court of Appeals
  • District Courts
  • County Courts
  • Lawyers
  • Litigants
  • Legal Staff
  • Residents of Smith County 
The Smith County Law Library's resources include legal information in a variety of formats including:
  • Books;  Available for use in court, but not generally checked out.
  • Lexis
  • Online Sources

Location: The Smith County Law Library is located in the basement of the Smith County Courthouse, directly across from the elevator. 

 Mailing Address: 
100 North Broadway 21B, Tyler, Texas 75702

Phone Number: 903.590.1750
Fax: 903.590.1752 
Hours of Operation:

OPEN:  Monday - Friday:  8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
CLOSED for LUNCH:  Monday - Friday:  12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
OPEN:  Monday - Friday:  1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
CLOSED:  Saturday - Sunday

HOLIDAYS: Refer to the Smith County Courthouse's holiday schedule.


In addition to providing legal information, the professional and competent law library staff will assist you with:
  • Copies @ $0.25 per page
  • Faxes - $0.25 per page for local calls and $0.50 per page for long distance calls.
  • Notary Services - $5.00 per instrument. Government issued photo I.D. is required to notarize documents.
 Click Law Library Inventory to open a list of books available in the Smith County Law Library.
Law librarians are not attorneys and may not give legal advice.The laws against unauthorized practice of law in Texas prohibit library staff from telling you what to do in a case, choosing the forms used, or otherwise performing the duties of an attorney. Refer to the unauthorized practice of law statute:Section 81.101 of the Texas Government Code for additional information.
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