re:SearchTX – What is it?

This is the first in a two part series blog post spotlighting re:SearchTX.

Texas Tech University School of Law Library has the subscription to re:SearchTX. re:SearchTX is a web-based platform that allows registered users to search e-filed cases and documents from all 254 Texas counties. TTU School of Law users have Pro-Level subscription. This level of access includes the following features per users, per month:

    • Unlimited Statewide Search;
    • Unlimited Custom Folders;
    • Unlimited Saved Searches;
    • Unlimited Export Search Results;
    • 150 In-Document Text Searches per month;
    • 150 Case Alerts;
    • 150 Name Alerts;
    • 150 Search Alerts; And
    • Free document downloads.

In order to access re:SearchTX, you must be registered on re:SearchTX sites.

    • Please use your TTU email to register your account;
    • If you are a TTU law faculty, please select Educator as your user type;
    • If you are a TTU law student, please select Student as your user type;
    • Please complete your account profiles;
    • Then you need to select the Basic plan. The Pro-Level access will be applied automatically to users with the TTU email domain once the onboarding is complete.

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Click the buttons on the top right of the screen to register or sign into your account. Once logged in, you should see a page that looks like this:

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Access to re:SearchTX is available through the Texas Tech Law Library website under the Electronic Databases tab.

If you have any questions, please contact Electronic and Digital Services Librarian Dajiang Nie at

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