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Texas Bar Journal Must-Reads for September

Looking for a head start on September’s issue of the Texas Bar Journal? Check out our editorial staff’s must-reads for stories about the 85th Legislature, concealed carry on campus, civil rights attorney L. Clifford Davis, and the legacy of In re Lee. Don’t forget to read Movers and Shakers, Disciplinary Actions, and Memorials. The 85th...… Continue Reading

Texas Bar Journal Must-Reads for June

Don’t have time to read the entire June issue of the Texas Bar Journal? Go straight to our editorial staff’s must-reads. Don’t forget to check out Memorials, Disciplinary Actions, and Movers and Shakers. The Greater Good State Bar of Texas President Tom Vick on helping others. By Patricia Busa McConnico Practice Manual A new guide...… Continue Reading

Texas Bar Journal must-reads for May

Limited for time? Here’s our list of must-reads from the May issue of the Texas Bar Journal: a recap of SXSW, an introduction to the State Bar’s new legal incubator, a tutorial on rejoining the workforce, and a look at transition-to-practice programs at Texas’ law schools. And, of course, Memorials, Disciplinary Actions, and Movers and … Continue Reading

Texas Bar Journal must-reads for March

Don’t have time to page through the Texas Bar Journal’s March issue? No problem. Check out our editorial staff’s must-read picks below, and of course, Memorials, Disciplinary Actions, and Movers and Shakers. Termination Motivation Proving discrimination and retaliation in employment law cases. By Robert W. Schmidt Beyond the Bench: Law, Justice, and Communities Summit By … Continue Reading

Texas Bar Journal must-reads for November

Our editors have selected four must-read pieces from the November Constitutional Law issue of the Texas Bar Journal. (And of course, don’t miss Memorials, Disciplinary Actions, and Movers and Shakers). Think Local Navigating First Amendment issues for governing bodies. By Scott Houston and Stan Springerley A Very Texas Term at the Supreme Court Examining the … Continue Reading
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