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Pamphlets on various legal topics are available and provided for as a public service by the State Bar of Texas and TYLA. The public is free to download these pamphlets, or request copies.
I was the first. Vote for Me! brings to life the important firsts in United States and Texas history who are part of the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) standards for Texas elementary students.
The Oyez, Oyez, Oh Yay! website focuses on the landmark court decisions that Texas students must know to be successful in preparing for the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) assessment tests in U.S. government and history.
A panel discussion at the 2014 Grievance Symposium focused on the recent barratry civil remedies legislation, traditional criminal and disciplinary prosecutions, and other remedies to combat barratry. Watch a video from the discussion.
At its September meeting, the State Bar Board of Directors approved the Bar’s 2015 Legislative Program. Pre-filing of legislation begins on Nov. 10 and the 84th Legislative Session begins on Jan. 13, 2015. View the 2015 Legislative Program.
The State Bar of Texas has added Fastcase as a free legal research benefit alongside a newly expanded Casemaker service. Texas attorneys now have unprecedented free access to two legal research services. Log in to My Bar Page for access. Full details.
The State Bar of Texas Member Discount Program features everything from computers, financial services, office supplies and insurance plans to vacations, tickets, and more. Log on to texasbar.com/discounts and start saving today!