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  • OPEN ENROLLMENT

    The 2019 annual Open Enrollment period for Individual Health Insurance coverage begins November 1, 2018 and runs until December 15, 2018, for a coverage start date of January 1, 2019. New lower-cost options are being added this year for members to consider. Also, significant value has been added for participating members with new complimentary benefits such as Teladoc, $10,000 of AD&D Insurance, and Supplemental Health coverage.

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  • AT-LARGE DIRECTORS SOUGHT

    Nominations are being accepted through December 3, 2018, for at-large directors for the State Bar of Texas Board of Directors.

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  • MEMBER BENEFITS AND SERVICES

    Be sure to check out the new benefits available through the State Bar of Texas Member Benefits Program. Recently added vendors include student loan refinancing with SoFi, hotel discounts through Member Benefits Hotel Discounts, and virtual assistant services with LexHelper.

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  • PRESIDENT-ELECT NOMINEES APPROVED

    The State Bar Board of Directors approved on September 28 the Nominations and Elections Subcommittee recommendation of Jeanne Cezanne “Cezy” Collins of El Paso and Larry P. McDougal Sr. of Richmond as candidates for 2019-2020 State Bar of Texas president-elect. The 2019 State Bar election will take place April 1-30.

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  • CASEMAKER AND FASTCASE

    When it comes to legal research, attorneys need fast, trustworthy, and straightforward tools, and the State Bar of Texas is the first and only bar association to offer its members free access to both Casemaker and Fastcase. Get access to Texas Supreme Court opinions, Fifth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals opinions, U.S. Supreme Court opinions, and additional information.

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  • COMMITTEE ON DISCIPLINARY RULES AND REFERENDA

    The Texas Legislature created the Committee on Disciplinary Rules and Referenda to regularly review attorney disciplinary rules and oversee the initial process for proposing rules changes.

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  • CLIENT ATTORNEY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

    The Client Attorney Assistance Program is a voluntary, confidential dispute resolution service of the State Bar of Texas. CAAP's objective is to facilitate communication and foster productive dialogue to assist Texas lawyers and their clients in resolving minor concerns, disputes, or misunderstandings within the context of the attorney-client relationship.

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  • STATE BAR OF TEXAS PODCAST

    Host Rocky Dhir invites thought leaders and innovators to share their insight and knowledge on what matters to practitioners. Latest episodes feature in-house counsel, pro bono work at the border, and Tweeter Laureate of Texas Judge Willett.

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Should you file for divorce before the new tax law takes full effect next year?

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In this month’s issue of the Texas Bar Journal—a look at real estate law, efiling in Texas, and more.

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