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2010 Law Day Contest Winners

The State Bar of Texas would like to congratulate the 2010 Law Day contest winners! Download a list of the winners (pdf). The theme for the contest this year was Law in the 21st Century: Enduring Traditions, Emerging Challenges. The first, second, and third-place winners of the statewide contest in each category have been invited to the … Continue Reading

2010 Law Day student contests

Do you know a budding writer, artist, or photographer? The State Bar, along with the Texas Young Lawyers Association, is inviting students grade K-12 to show off their skills by entering the 2010 Law Day editorial, photography, and poster contests.  The theme of this year’s Law Day is "Law in the 21st Century: Enduring Traditions, … Continue Reading

State Bar Announces Twitter Novel Contest

What Ernest Hemingway reportedly considered to be his best work was also his briefest. To settle a bar bet, the story goes, Hemingway was challenged to write a complete novel in only six words. The result? "For sale: baby shoes, never worn." Texas Bar Journal, and the 2010 State Bar Annual Meeting Legal Innovation Track: … 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

YouTube Contest ends March 16

We’re calling on Texans of all ages to enter our 2008-2009 YouTube video contest, "Ideals That Unite Us." This is part of our public education campaign on the importance of the justice system. What are the ideals that unite us as citizens of this country? Tell us in a three-minute-or-less video and you could win one … Continue Reading