Texas Bar Journal
May 2014 | Volume 77, No. 5
We examine practice management, from the benefits of cloud computing and going paperless to cybersecurity and safeguarding your information. Plus: A look at preparing for disaster, including emergency protocol.
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David Foster Wallace and Bryan A. Garner talk language and writing.
A Review by John Browning
Today’s legal environment is all about cost-effectiveness, efficiency, and expectations. Take a moment and take stock. Are you ready for the future?
What are you doing to protect yourself and your clients from cybercriminals?
By Peter S. Vogel
How operating a paperless law office can save money and increase efficiency.
By Dirk Jordan
In his book Bracing for Impact, author Paul T. Martin outlines what law firms and solos need to know to prepare for the worst.
- Attack Plan
A recent attorney general opinion leaves open the possibility for same-sex benefits in the public sector.
By Brian T. Thompson
An artist continues his mission to record the historic courthouse structures of Texas.
Story and Artwork by James McKinnis
- Proposed Annual Meeting Resolutions
We share three generational stories and acknowledge the attorneys who inspired others in their families to practice law.
By Lindsay Stafford Mader and Hannah Kiddoo
What attorneys were discovering, absorbing, and discussing at this year’s festival.
By Lowell Brown, Hannah Kiddoo, and Lindsay Stafford Mader
Court of Texas Order: Order Adopting Amendments to Texas Rule of
Firm: Put Your Head in the Cloud
Solos and small firms are going virtual. Don’t get left behind.
By Virginia Bisek
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