Texas Bar Journal
April 2015 | Volume 78, No. 4
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Has a Story
There’s a common thread among victims of bullying. TYLA’s newest project offers a space to talk about it.
By Hannah Kiddoo
A look at the history and Texas legacy of the Magna Carta, which celebrates its 800th anniversary this year.
By Vincent R. Johnson
How the Texas Supreme Court clarified and redefined the law.
By Neal A. Hoffman
Improving legal advocacy in CPS cases through affordable training.
By Tina Amberboy, Tiffany Roper, and Milbrey E. Raney
- The Issues: State Bar of Texas Election 2015
State of the Judiciary in Texas
Remarks of Supreme Court of Texas Chief Justice Nathan L. Hecht.
- 2014 Independent Auditors’ Report
Supreme Court Orders
Approval of Amendments to Rule 1 of the Rules Governing Admission to the Bar of Texas. Order Adopting Amendments to the Internal Procedural Rules of the Board of Disciplinary Appeals.
- The Issues: Texas Young Lawyers Association Election 2015
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Recess: On Course
A Denton County attorney lends a hand at one of the nation’s greatest golfing events.
Interview by Hannah Kiddoo
Opinion: What Path Will You Take?
By Allan K. DuBois
Going solo without breaking the bank.
By Nerino J. Petro Jr. and Bryan M. Sims
The Law According to Mark Twain
The esteemed American writer was fed up with the jury process, didn’t care much for attorneys, and took nearly every opportunity to criticize the profession.
By John G. Browning
President-elect’s Opinion: Lawyers Leading the Way
By C. Barrett Thomas
Firm: The Trumpet’s Call
How will you respond?
By James E. Brill
- Disciplinary Actions
- Movers and Shakers
- Classified Advertising
Divorce and the closely held business owner.
By Erin Hollis
- News From Around the Bar
Pro Bono Champion
Eduardo V. Rodriguez gets involved.