October 2010 | Volume 73, No. 9
Every child deserves a loving, permanent family. Yet many foster children drift for years among a variety of living arrangements. This issue of the Texas Bar Journal explores how the Texas legal community is working to improve Texas’ child welfare system and how attorneys can help the state’s most vulnerable children.
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Trend Toward Enforceability: Covenants Not to Compete in At-Will
Employment Relationships Following Sheshunoff and Mann Frankfort
By Eric Behrens
740 The Impact of Child Protection Cases on General Civil Practice
By Charles Childress & Sandra Hachem
Role of the Judicial System in Improving the Lives of Texas’ Foster
By Rebecca Lightsey & Marcy Hogan Greer
Constitutional Rights of Children
By Barbara J. Elias-Perciful
the Child Left Behind: Improving Education for Foster Children
By Tina Amberboy
Foster Children Need Your Help
By Patricia M. Hogue And Kristy Sims Piazza
Are Your Children Tonight?
By Carole Hurley
Loving Homes for Children
By Denise Brady
on Child Abuse and Neglect Celebrates 25 Years
By Fairy Davenport Rutland
776 Solo/Small Firm: Bridging the Gap in a Tough Economy
By Rosalyn R. Tippett
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