Randy Wilson is judge of the 157th District Court in Texas' Harris County. He has written a letter to two of his children who have decided to become lawyers, providing guidance for their future caree
Randy Wilson, judge of the 157th District Court in Harris County, wrote to two of his children who are pursuing legal professions, offering some of his views on the practice of law. His first piece o
Deprecated The American Lawyer
The 81st Texas Legislature opened its session last week with the House, the scene of rancorous fighting in 2007, awash in bipartisan spirit while the typically more decorous Senate was deeply divided
Because a disproportionate number of the landmen working in the energy industry are near retirement age, big energy companies recently began to recruit at law schools. Kassidy Knutson Opitz, a 2005 g
A disproportionate number of the landmen working in the energy industry today are near retirement age, a demographic that's providing a wealth of opportunity for newly minted lawyers. A number of big
As the 80th Session of the Texas Legislature gets into high gear, look for more legislative fireworks in the area of criminal law, particularly regarding enhanced criminalization for sex offenders
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