Texas Bar Journal
October 2014 | Volume 77, No. 9
Cedric Hustace, who was admitted to practice law in Texas in 1963, worked with acrylic paints on canvas to produce the image that appears on this month’s cover. To learn more about the Indiana-based artist and retired lawyer and to see a slide show of the making of the cover, go to texasbar.com/spookycover.
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to the Past
A look at the exhibit chronicling the life of the State Bar of Texas.
Interview by Hannah Kiddoo and Lindsay Stafford Mader
and Commercial Litigation in Federal Courts
A Review by Trey Cox
Halloween often comes with something really scary—a lawsuit.
By John G. Browning
Delight in fright at your own risk?
By Kathryn A. Ritcheske
Emptor, Buyer Boo-ware
Does Texas require the disclosure of spooky details in real estate transactions?
By Amanda C. Brown
Matter of Life, Death, and Legal Procedure
What every Texas lawyer should know about the European witch hunts.
By Peter S. Poland
- Supreme Court of Texas Order: Final Approval of Rules and Fees of the Judicial Branch Certification Commission and Repeal of Rules Governing Process Servers, Guardians, and Court Reporters
- Supreme Court of Texas and Texas Court of Criminal Appeals Order: Final Approval of Amendments to Texas Rule of Evidence 902
- Supreme Court of Texas Order: Final Approval of Amendments to the Rules Governing Admission to the Bar of Texas
Firm: Best Buy
How to choose the right legal software for your practice.
By Nicole Black and Craig Greening
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