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Bar Journal artist captures Longhorn baseball

Gilbert Sauceda (pictured, right), a freelance illustrator for the Texas Bar Journal for 20 years, recently presented a large-format painting to University of Texas baseball coach Augie Garrido (pictured). The painting hangs in the media room at Disch-Falk Field. It celebrates the Horns’ 2005 national championship season and the recent renovation of the stadium. Sauceda, … Continue Reading

This month in the Texas Bar Journal

   most links point to PDF files Legal Article — Controversial Uses of the ‘Clawback’ Remedy in the Current Financial Crisis by Spencer C. Barasch and Sara J. Chesnut.  Texas Supreme Court Historical Society Turns 20 — Preserving and Celebrating Judicial History by William S. Pugsley. ABA-YLD Adopts TYLA Voting Rights Project — Inspiring the Future: Texas Young Lawyers Association … Continue Reading

This month in the Texas Bar Journal

most links below point to PDF files Transition to Practice — Read about the State Bar’s new mentoring initiative for local bar associations. Also included is best practice advice from Texas lawyers for changing times. Transition from Transitive — Robert Fugate advises translating Latin phrases as part of an article on defining terms of art in legal writing. Seizing Life — … Continue Reading

Archive of the Covenant

Among the treasures in Google’s ambitious digital book repository are the 1882 Proceedings of the Texas Bar Association. That year, hundreds of Texas lawyers convened in Galveston to establish the volunteer organization that would serve as the precursor to the State Bar of Texas. Also available through Google Book Search are the 1919 Proceedings of … Continue Reading

A reprieve for aspiring Grishams

Submissions for the 2009 Texas Bar Journal Short Story Fiction Writing Contest were supposed to be postmarked no later than than March 1, 2009. Apparently, the crack team of editors at the magazine failed to notice that March 1 is a Sunday, so you can have an extra day. That gives you a full weekend to … Continue Reading

Austin lawyer an elite Yelper

Michelle Cheng is one of Austin’s most prolific Yelpers. Yelp.com describes its free service as "real reviews by real people." Michelle has written 501 reviews of restaurants and other businesses, leading her cohorts on Yelp to call her "legendary" and earning her an elusive "Yelp Elite" status for three years running. "Yelp.com gives me an … Continue Reading
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