So, you passed the bar. Congratulations! You may be among the lucky ones to have landed a great job, or perhaps you are still looking for the right fit. You may have even joined a bar association or
Originally Published: The Legal Intelligencer
...weeks earlier because Snoop thought someone had "said something to [his] little brother." At that time, Lorenzo saw that appellant had a tattoo on his...
One of the greatest challenges facing the legal profession is to facilitate an effective, broad-sale union of jobless lawyers with lawyerless clients
Originally Published: National Law Journal
On June 7, the Texas Lawyer editorial department hosted a roundtable discussion in Houston called "Domestic Relations: How to Make Your Case in Family Court." The panelists included 245th Family Dist
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