According to a new Dallas Diversity Task Force report, the number of minority lawyers at the 20 largest Dallas firms has risen from 8.4 percent in 2006 to 11.94 percent in 2012
After six years tracking diversity at large Dallas firms and no appreciable progress increasing minority representation among lawyers, Gerald "Jerry" Roberts, chairman of the Dallas Diversity Task Fo
Nicole DeBorde (pictured) recalls opening a package late last year that contained a letter on "fancy letterhead" mailed from the State Bar of Texas. The message asked DeBorde, president of the Harris
The judge presiding over litigation brought by former Texas Tech University football coach Mike Leach has thrown out all but one of Leach's claims against the school and dismissed most of the individ
Combined gross revenue of the 25 Texas-based firms included in Texas Lawyer's Annual Report on Firm Finance posted a rare decline in 2009 of 3.7 percent compared to 2008, and net income was flat. Thi
...Botts, Haynes and Boone, and Thompson & Knight put more weight on subjective...
Third-year law student Giselle Torres says it may sound trite, but she accepted an offer to become an associate with Bracewell & Giuliani mostly because she connected with the people at the Houston-b
Tena Callahan, Loren Jackson, Royce West, Ralph Janvey and the laid-off associate
...Kilgore; and Thompson & Knight. reporter Miriam Rozen e-mailed...
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