April 2014 | Volume 77, No. 4
We examine the TYLA’s new initiative BSAFE, a program designed to battle substance abuse; learn about drug courts in Texas; and hear a first-person account of the struggles of addiction. Plus: State Bar president-elect candidates Allan K. DuBois and Beverly Bell Godbey talk about the most important issues facing the legal profession, leadership style, and the next generation of lawyers.
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TYLA’s newest initiative educates kids, parents, attorneys, and the public on substance abuse.
By Lindsay Stafford Mader
of Drug Courts? Don’t Be.
A judge’s perspective.
By Judge Donald Dowd
Drug and Hybrid Drug Courts in Texas
Compiled by Carson R. Guy
Can’t Get No ...
As a law student addicted to alcohol, I didn’t have much of a life. But after I sought help to end my days of drinking, I finally found hope—and satisfaction.
Revisiting the State Bar Act of 1939.
a Small World After All
Why it is so important for Texans to understand the International Court of Justice.
By Dan A. Naranjo
- SBOT Election 2014: President-elect Candidates Discuss the Issues
- 2013 Independent Auditors’ Report
- 2014-2015 State Bar of Texas Legislative Timetable
Election 2014: Questions for the Candidates
Firm: A Simple Plan
Why solos and small firms need a long-term business strategy.
By Roy S. Ginsburg
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