To highlight some of the posts that stand out from the crowd, the editors of Texas Bar Today have created a list from the week’s blog posts of the top ten based on subject matter, writing style, headline, and imagery. We hope you enjoy this installment.

10. The Personal Sense of Power ScaleRita Handrich @TheJuryExpert of Keene Trial Consulting

9. Anti-Raiding Provisions with Clients, Vendors and Subcontractors – Why It’s a Good IdeaLeiza Dolghih @leizad33 of Godwin Lewis PC in Dallas

8. Using Reflexive Pronouns—by YourselfWayne Schiess, Director of the David J. Beck Center for Legal Research, Writing, and Appellate Advocacy at the University of Texas @UTAustin School of Law in Austin

7. Twitter Relationship Casts Judge’s Objectivity into QuestionThomas J. Crane @tomjcrane of Law Office of Thomas J. Crane of San Antonio

6. Client Develop Tip: You Want Clients to Find You, Not the Other Way AroundCordell Parvin @cordellparvin of Cordell Parvin LLC in Dallas

5. US Supreme Court Landmark Case: Burwell v. Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc.Murray Lobb PLLC @MurrayLobbLaw in Houston

4. Paper Towels Do Not Prove Knowledge of PuddleLyndon F. Bittle of Carrington Coleman Sloman & Blumenthal LLP in Dallas

3. Fifth Circuit: Arbitration panel’s interpretation holds “however good, bad, or ugly”Gene Roberts @GeneRoberts, Director of Student Legal & Mediation Services at Sam Houston State University in Huntsville

2. Decade Long Bankruptcy Case Seeks Royalty Earnings From Musician’s EstateGerry Beyer @Gerry_Beyer, Law Professor at Texas Tech University School of Law in Lubbock

1. Jury finds in favor of fans displeased with 2011 Super Bowl seats – David Yates, Senior Courts Reporter for Southeast Texas Record @SETexasRecord