January 2011 | Volume 74, No. 1
This issue of the Texas Bar Journal includes a series of articles that address significant developments during the past year. While not exhaustive, the articles offer an overview of recent events and invite a discussion of what is in store for the legal profession in 2011.
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By Michael C. Smith
10 Meet the Texas Bar Journal Board of Editors
16 2010 Year in Review
48 Referendum 2011: Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct
64 Point/Counterpoint: Selecting Candidates
68 Amendments to Texas Rules of Civil Procedure 281 and 284 and to the Jury Instructions Under Texas Rule of Civil Procedure 226a
74 Ethics Opinion 603
76 July 2010 Bar Exam: Remarks of the High Scorers
Firm: Is the Confidence Man Your Client? Con Artists Target Lawyers On
By Ellen Eidelbach Pitluk
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