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TexasBarCLE Online Library provides thousands of CLE articles

Need to research quick and efficiently? Tired of physically storing shelves of continuing legal education articles? TexasBarCLE’s Online Library can help with that. With the online database that houses more than 20,000 CLE articles, you can easily and quickly search for documents on your computer, mobile device, or tablet, and download a searchable PDF or … Continue Reading

Video series helps lawyers exploring alternative careers

Attorneys considering a career outside of traditional law practice now have another resource. TexasBarCLE is offering a four-part video series from attorney and consultant Kate Neville as part of its free Online Classroom. The videos, which do not qualify for MCLE credit, are being offered in conjunction with Neville’s popular 2014 TexasBarCLE live course “Alternative … Continue Reading

Free online CLE course features inspirational TLAP video

Texas attorneys can earn continuing legal education ethics credit by watching the inspirational video Courage, Hope, Help—TLAP Is There through TexasBarCLE starting now through the end of the year. TexasBarCLE is featuring the video as part of its free online CLE offering titled “Not Alone—Help and Hope for the Impaired Lawyer,” which is available at … Continue Reading

New law practice management website offers helpful resources and CLE

The Law Practice Management Committee of the State Bar of Texas has launched a website, available at texaslawpracticemanagment.com, that features the popular how-to brochures used by solo and small firm practitioners. While much of this content previously was available through the TexasBarCLE website, the LPM website serves as its new home and gathers other relevant … Continue Reading

CLE staff gives volunteers a standing O

TexasBarCLE, the State Bar’s professional development program, is lucky to have hundreds of volunteer speakers and authors who help back up its slogan, "Education by the Bar, for the Bar." Staff members of TexasBarCLE recently honored four volunteers who they felt made outstanding contributions during 2008. J. Cary Barton of San Antonio, Chad Baruch of Plano, Rhonda … Continue Reading
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