Texas Bar Journal
March 2014 | Volume 77, No. 3
We examine changes facing the legal profession in Texas, from a new State Bar program focused on alternative careers and a third-year law student struggling to find work to a legal recruiter on how to adapt.
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- 2014-2015 State Bar President-elect Candidates
- State Bar Update
This the New Norm?
Work for ... Well, Anything at This Point
An unemployed 3L’s firsthand account of the increasingly depressing job market and her advice to current and future law students.
By Heather Venrick
The UNT Dallas College of Law, which opens this fall, wants to provide a top-notch law education at a low-cost tuition price.
By Royal Furgeson and Ellen Pryor
Texas A&M University School of Law has the noble charge of being Texas’s first public law school in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.
By Aric K. Short
A recruiter’s perspective on hiring in the Texas legal market.
By Randy Block
Today’s job market is tough, but there are options.
By Hannah Kiddoo
- Will Work for ... Well, Anything at This Point
of the Office
A lawyer’s guide to South by Southwest 2014.
By Lindsay Stafford Mader
As we celebrate 75 years of the State Bar of Texas throughout 2014, we would like to acknowledge the many women who have broken barriers, played a role in gaining equality for all, opened doors for others, provided legal expertise to those in need, worked extremely hard, and inspired.
How a State Bar of Texas section encourages women to participate and excel in the legal profession.
By Nora Bryant
- Supreme Court of Texas Order: Final Approval of Forms for Expedited Foreclosure Proceedings
- State Bar of Texas 2014-2015 Proposed Combined Budget
President-elect Candidates and Officer Nominations
Firm: Discouraging Disengagement
A short and helpful list to motivate clients to maintain estate plans.
By James E. Brill
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