Texas Bar Journal
March 2015 | Volume 78, No. 3
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State Bar President-elect Candidates
Spirit of Excellence
Each year, the American Bar Association honors the work of lawyers who promote a more diverse profession. This year, that spotlight shone on Dallas attorney Kim J. Askew.
- Vanishing Jury Trial
The Dallas Bar equips today’s young lawyers for the future’s civil jury trials.
By Hon. Eric V. Moyé, Victor D. Vital, and Nicholas A. Sarokhanian
Honesty Is the Best Policy
It’s time to disclose lack of jury trial experience.
By Tracy Walters McCormack and Christopher Bodnar
- Fighting Back
SXSW 2015 Gathering of Legal Minds
A look at 17 panel discussions and CLE offerings geared toward attorneys.
By Lindsay Stafford Mader
- 2015-2016 Proposed Combined Budget
- 2015-2016 TYLA President-elect Candidates and Executive Committee Election
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Recess: Sail Away
A Dallas attorney sucks the marrow out of life.
Interview by Lindsay Stafford Mader
Opinion: Protecting the Right to Trial by Jury
By Trey Apffel
Preserving Google Content
Collecting data on the cloud has never been easier.
By Craig Ball
- State Bar Board Update: Board Meets in Waco
Laugh Out Loud
There’s no denying that many of the strange testimonies, incredible vignettes, and other absurdities that take place in our courtrooms every day often provide us with a little comic relief.
By John G. Browning
President’s Opinion: Call Waiting
By Rebekah Steely Brooker
Firm: Packaging Your Product
Stand out by presenting your services appropriately and showing you care.
By James E. Brill
- Disciplinary Actions
- Movers and Shakers
- Classified Advertising
What you need to know before you classify your workers.
By Justin Jeter and Michael Melder
- News From Around the Bar