Texas Bar Journal
September 2010 | Volume 73, No. 8
The Texas Lawyers Assistance Program (TLAP) provides crisis counseling and referrals for lawyers, judges, and law students coping with substance use disorders and mental health issues. This issue of the Texas Bar Journal addresses strategies for dealing with anxiety, mental health, and substance abuse. Call TLAP at (800)343-8527. Page 646.
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630 State Bar Update
You Always Wanted to Know About Arbitration: Five Arbitration Issues
Recently Decided by the Courts
By Scott D. Marrs and Sean P. Milligan
Skilling’s Constitutional Challenge to “Theft of Honest
By David R. McAtee II and Jason E. Wright
- 648 Back
to Work: Returning to the Office After a Mental Health Leave of
By Ann D. Foster
- 654 Personal
Trials: Becoming Connected
- 656 Compassion
Fatigue and Attorneys: What Is Your Self-Care Plan?
By Christie Sprowls, PSY.D.
- 659 Personal
Trials: Juggling Chainsaws
- 660 Guidelines
for Intervening on Mental Health Issues
By Mary Boone
- 664 Personal
Trials: From Judge to Judge
- 666 Overcoming
By Cameron Vann
- 668 Personal
Trials: Help for Lawyers in My Predicament
Firm: How to Avoid PCI Non-Compliance Fees
By Amy Airhart
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