Texas Bar Journal
February 2014 | Volume 77, No. 2
The Texas Bar Journal celebrates firsts, including 20 trailblazers from the past 75 years of the State Bar of Texas.
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in Groundbreaking Achievement
How a State Bar initiative is sharing the importance of firsts with Texas schoolchildren.
By Hannah Kiddoo
A guide to walk you through what typically happens when your lawsuit is sent to arbitration.
By Larry D. Carlson
What you thought you knew could hurt you.
By Scott D. Marrs and Joseph W. Hance III
Long Time Ago, in a Courtroom Far, Far Away
There’s no denying that the Force is all around us—even judges refer to George Lucas’s pop culture science fiction saga.
By John G. Browning
They pave the way for others. They lead. And they guide. Here’s to 20 notable firsts.
By Hannah Kiddoo, Lindsay Stafford Mader, and Patricia Busa McConnico
- Supreme Court of Texas Order: Corrected Order Approving Amendments to Texas Rule of Disciplinary Procedure 15.06
- Texas Court of Criminal Appeals Order: Order Requiring Copies Pursuant to Texas Rules of Appellate Procedure 9.3(b)(2)
Bar Election Scheduled
Firm: So You’re Going To Hang Out Your Own
Ten tried-and-true rules for new lawyers.
By James E. Brill
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