Claims for Loss, Damage, and Delay to Interstate Shipments What Congress appears to give with one hand, it preempts with the other. Written by Vic Houston Henry, Emileigh Hubbard, and Davinder Jassal Autism in the Courtroom Prosecutors use knowledge of disorder to help young victims and juries. Written by Janna Oswald The State of Access to Justice in Texas While much has been accomplished, much remains to be done. Written by Deborah Hankinson and Harry M. Reasoner July 2016 | Volume 79, No. 7 Transportation Law. Read past issues Features Celebrating a Legacy The Texas Bar Foundation marks its 50-year anniversary. By Jillian Beck Work Hard and Give Back Remarks from the high scorer of the Texas Bar Examination. By Jeremy Dunbar Save or Shred The ethics of destroying closed client files. By Fred C. Moss Trip Adviser Knowing passengers’ rights–and how to transact with airline agents–could make a big difference in what happens to you or your clients when things go awry at the airport. By Kent C. Krause Trust but Verify Ensuring vehicle cybersecurity in an evolving world. By Hyattye O. Simmons The Road Ahead Examining transportation infrastructure funding. By C. Brian Cassidy and Brian O’Reilly Preemption Confliction Are air carriers immune from tort liability in Texas? By J. Stephen Barrick Email Address Requirement to Improve E-filing System By The Texas Bar Journal Staff Committee Reports Section Reports Texas Supreme Court Order Order approving amendments to Texas Rules of Evidence 509 and 510. Texas Supreme Court Order Order approving amendments to the State Bar Rules. Departments Comments In Recess: One Step at a Time A Dallas attorney’s 700-mile hike pushes his body and frees his mind. Interview by Lindsay Stafford Mader President’s Opinion: Getting Your Mail By Frank Stevenson Technology: More Than Meets the iOS Three important takeaways from the Apple/FBI standoff. By Tom Kulik Work/Life: Esprit de Corps Fitness as team building. By Kenneth Raggio Ethics Opinion No. 657 TYLA President’s Opinion: Coming Together By Sam Houston Solo/Small Firm: Constant Contact Four strategies for cultivating clients. By Martha M. Newman Disciplinary Actions Movers and Shakers Memorials Classified Advertising Client Page: Estate Planning How to write a valid holographic will. By Derick Lancaster Humor: The Judge’s Daughter: A Safe in My Pickup? But Officer, I Can Explain By Pamela Buchmeyer News From Around the Bar ATJ Pro Bono Champion Natalie Smeltzer Fortenberry gets involved.