March 2012 | Volume 75, No. 3
In this issue of the Texas Bar Journal, we examine the efforts of the Texas Supreme Court-appointed Texas Court Records Preservation Task Force to build awareness of the importance of preserving the state's vast collection of historical court documents. In addition, we look at the issue of recovering stolen Texas court documents, document preservation tips, and highlight the work of the State Bar of Texas Archives Department.
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- State Bar Update
- State Bar President-elect Candidates
Texas' Legal History
Map of the History of Texas: Supreme Court Task Force Works to Preserve
Historical Court Records
By Judy L. Marchman
History of Texas in 21 State Court Records
Stolen Texas Court Documents
By Laura Saegert and James W. Paulsen
Tips from the Texas State Archives
By John Anderson and Sarah Norris
By Patricia L. Garcia
- A Map of the History of Texas: Supreme Court Task Force Works to Preserve Historical Court Records
- Final Approval of Amendments to Texas Rule of Civil Procedure 306, Texas Rules of Appellate Procedure 20, 25, 28, 32, and 35
Proposed Combined Budget
- TYLA President-elect Candidates and Officer Nominations
Firm: Attorney Advertising and Social
By Al Harrison and Pat Rafferty
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