Legal Information, Not Legal Advice

The information on this website is not legal advice. Legal information is not the same as legal advice. The information on this website is not a substitute for, and does not replace the advice or representation of, a licensed attorney.

While the Attorney for Students Office tries to make sure information on the website is accurate and up to date, we make no claim as to the accuracy of this information. We are not responsible for any consequences that may result from the use of this website.

We recommend that you consult with a licensed attorney if you want assurance that the information on the website and your interpretation of it are appropriate for your particular situation. You should not and are not authorized to rely on this website as a source of legal advice.  


Using this website does not create an attorney-client relationship between the Attorney for Students Office, Texas State University, or any user.

Some of the items listed on the website have not been prepared by the Attorney for Students Office. They instead link to information prepared and posted by others. We cannot guarantee the accuracy of information posted on other sites.  

The use of any links is not intended to imply that we sponsor or are affiliated or associated with the persons or organizations who created those sites, nor are the links intended to imply that we are legally authorized to use any trade name, registered trademark, logo, legal or official seal, or copyrighted symbol that may be reflected in said links.

Electronic Communications

Viewing this website, or transmitting an e-mail message through this website, does not create an attorney-client relationship. Sending e-mail to an attorney mentioned in this site does not create an attorney-client relationship between you and the attorney. Additionally, some attorneys may not respond to unsolicited e-mail from non-clients. Deadlines are extremely important in most legal matters. You may lose important legal rights if you do not obtain an attorney immediately to advise you.

Unless you are already a client of the attorney, your e-mail may not be protected by the attorney-client privilege. Moreover, unless it is encrypted, e-mail and any other electronic communication can be intercepted by persons other than the intended recipient.