Texas Bar Journal
February 2013 | Volume 76, No. 2
Older Texas lawyers are dealing with a unique set of challenges and concerns, and in many cases, bolstering their careers far beyond retirement age. "The Graying of the Profession" looks at numerous issues confronting senior attorneys and law firms — from mandatory retirement policies to keeping up with changing technology.
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- A Look Back in Texas Bar Journal History: 65 Years at the Bar
Insurance for Texas Attorneys
By Stephen J. Schechter
Graying of the Profession
of Law Firm Retirement Policies
By Terry W. Conner
Retirement: An Opportunity for Growth and Longevity
By Daryl Bristow
Judges of the Federal Courts: Their Choices and the
By Judge Royal Furgeson
Compliance Pushes Senior Lawyers into Canyon of Technological
By Joseph Jacobson and Robert A. "Tony" Ray
and Transitioning with Dignity
Compiled by TLAP Mental Health Initiative Members Pamela Powell, Susan Godwin, James McCollom, Ellen Plaze, and Max Wright
- Evolution of Law Firm Retirement Policies
- State Bar Election Scheduled
Firm: Considerations When Closing Your Law Practice
By James E. Brill
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