On the Road Driverless cars are disrupting norms and legal standards. By Laura J. Grabouski For the Thrill of It A Dallas attorney finds enjoyment in velocity and elevation. Interview by Adam Faderewski Buyer Beware Why you should purchase a private company with your eyes wide open. By Sean Brown and Ladd Hirsch April 2019 | Volume 82, No. 4 State Bar President-elect candidates discuss the issues. Read the digital edition Read past issues Features Time to Say Thank You By Bill Whitehurst Proud to Be an American The latest TYLA project teaches students American civics and gratitude for their privileges. By Eric Quitugua Disrupting Transportation Change A look at norms and legal standards. By Thomas J. Bamonte Opinion Miles and Miles of Texas A look at delivery methods and the funding shortfall in complex highway projects. By Rodney Moss On the Road Driverless cars are disrupting norms and legal standards. By Laura J. Grabouski 2019-2020 State Bar President-elect Candidates The Issues: State Bar of Texas Election 2019 2018 Independent Auditor’s Report The Issues: Texas Young Lawyers Association Election 2019 Texas Supreme Court Order Order amending comment to the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct. Texas Supreme Court Order Order repealing Texas Rule of Civil Procedure 502.2(b) and Justice Court Civil Case Information Sheet. Court of Criminal Appeals of Texas and Supreme Court of Texas Orders Approval of Technology Standards, Version 6.0, set by the Judicial Committee on Information Technology. Committee on Disciplinary Rules and Referenda Proposed Rule Changes Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct Rule 6.05. Conflict of Interest Exceptions for Nonprofit and Limited Pro Bono Legal Services. Departments Executive Director’s Page: Our Report Card By Trey Apffel In Recess: For the Thrill of It A Dallas attorney finds enjoyment in velocity and elevation. Interview by Adam Faderewski President-elect’s Page: Moving Forward Together! By Randy Sorrels Technology: Course of Action Why plaintiffs’ attorneys should start early when suing providers of custom-designed industrial software. By Pierre Grosdidier State Bar Director Spotlight: Robert McKnight Interview by Eric Quitugua Work/Life: Judicial Wellness Even judges aren’t immune to the effects of stress and work-related vicarious trauma. By Edward Spillane Ethics Question of the Month TYLA President-elect’s Page: Better Together By Victor A. Flores Solo/Small Firm: Crunching the Numbers Social media metrics you should actually care about. By Amanda Ravandi Disciplinary Actions Movers and Shakers Memorials Classified Advertising Client Page: Buyer Beware Why you should purchase a private company with your eyes wide open. By Sean Brown and Ladd Hirsch Humor: The Judge’s Daughter: Justice Is Served By Pamela Buchmeyer News From Around the Bar ATJ Pro Bono Champion Lynda Frost gets involved.