Texas Bar Journal

October 2011 | Volume 74, No. 9

October 2011 TBJ Cover

As part of State Bar President Bob Black's initiative on civics education, the State Bar Law-Related Education Department debuts a new online resource for Texas students and teachers — Oyez, Oyez, Oh Yay! Civics Resources for Texas Students and Teachers. PAGE 814. In addition, the many aspects of school law are examined, including the high-profile issue of school finance. PAGE 816.

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814 Oyez, Oyez, Oh Yay! Civics Resources for Texas Students and Teachers
By Judy L. Marchman

816 An Education in School Law

846 Supreme Court Orders

856 Ethics Opinions 609 and 610

860 Solo/Small Firm: Ten Reasons to Adopt Cloud Computing for Your Law Office
By Jack Newton




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