December 2019 | Volume 82, No. 11 International Law Read the digital edition Read past issues Features The Texas Attorney Discipline System A look at the initial impact of Sunset Review recommendations. By Seana Willing Lone Star Locomotive The 2019 Capitol ornament features the engine that brought the building into being. By Adam Faderewski International Services Outsourcing Key issues and clauses to consider in your next deal. By Gabriela N. Smith Asian M&As How Korean companies are approaching investing and financing in the U.S. energy industry. By Lilly Teng and Hal Kaiser ESG Matters Texas-size challenges in managing supply chains. By Sarah Fortt, Margaret Peloso, and Tom Wilson Negotiating Factors An overview of the Trade Promotion Authority and a survey of the Free Trade Agreement landscape. By Luis Arandia Jr. By the Numbers 2018-2019 Court of Criminal Appeals of Texas and Supreme Court of Texas Orders Order adopting Texas Rules of Appellate Procedure 73.8. Court of Criminal Appeals of Texas and Supreme Court of Texas Orders Order adopting Texas Rule of Appellate Procedure 80.1, deleting Rule of Appellate Procedure 68.11, and amending Rules of Appellate Procedure 70.3 and 79.7. Committee on Disciplinary Rules and Referenda Proposed Rule Changes State Bar of Texas Assists Law Enforcement With Investigation Into Unauthorized Possession of Agency Information By Texas Bar Journal staff Departments Executive Director’s Page: Reasons to Be Proud By Trey Apffel In Recess: A View to Kiln From out of a kiln in a studio in Dallas, attorney Stephen Weinberg shapes disparate glass pieces into brightly colored patterns. Interview by Eric Quitugua President’s Page: Proud to Partner With You: A New State Bar Benefit By Randy Sorrels Technology: On Your Mind Can authorities compel a suspect to use biometrics to unlock a digital device? By Pierre Grosdidier State Bar Director Spotlight: Aldo Lopez Interview by Eric Quitugua Work/Life: The Starting Line for Working Parents Lessons for newbies to make their lives less stressful and more enjoyable. By Jennifer Ashmore Ethics Question of the Month TYLA President’s Page: Purpose in the Process By Victor A. Flores Solo/Small Firm: Harness the Power of Goal Setting for Your Law Practice! Decide what you will accomplish in 2020. By Martha M. Newman Disciplinary Actions Movers and Shakers Memorials Classified Advertising Client Page: Out of State What you need to consider if you are contemplating a move and filing for divorce. By Laura Hayes and Jordan Turk Humor: 2019: The Year in Legal Weirdness By John G. Browning News From Around the Bar ATJ Pro Bono Champion Caitlin Haney Johnston gets involved.