The Ultimate Blogging Guide for Lawyers: How to Get Started


By blogging regularly, lawyers can grow their client base and online presence. If you don't know how to get started, then our blogging guide can help!


Celebrate Family Law Week with Texas Bar Practice!


In honor of Family Law Week, we're highlighting our newest releases as well as upcoming TexasBarCLE courses and the State Bar’s Family Law Section.


Quoting Vs. Paraphrasing: Best Practices When Using Source Material


Knowing how to effectively borrow from source material is an important skill for legal writers. If you're struggling with quoting and paraphrasing material, this article can help.


How to Navigate Your First Year in Law School


In order to succeed in law school, it's necessary to always be prepared for what's to come. Start your first semester on the right foot by following this guide!


Grammar Tip: Me, Myself, or I?


Unsure whether to use “me,” “myself,” or “I” in a sentence? Odds are the pronoun is part of a compound. There are many ways to find the right answer. Editor Roger Siebert is here to help.


AI in the Legal Industry: What Every Texas Lawyer Needs to Know About ChatGPT and Generative AI


Although ChatGPT can automate tasks and streamline productivity, it's necessary for legal professionals to exercise caution when using generative AI tools.


The All-Access Online Subscription: Frequently Asked Questions


Available at monthly or annual rates, the All-Access Subscription provides legal professionals with unprecedented access to the best of what Texas Bar Practice has to offer.


Mastering the Art of Legal Editing: Polishing Legal Documents for Precision, Clarity, and Professionalism


In this blog, we explore the importance of legal editing, discuss a few key techniques for improving editing skills, and provide practical tips to enhance the quality of legal writing.


4 Ways for Workaholic Lawyers to Achieve a Healthy Work-Life Balance


Do you consider yourself a workaholic? Work addiction affects 5-10% of workers in the United States. These four tips may help you build a healthy work-life balance.


Succession Planning: A Day to Designate Your Custodian Attorney


This Texas Bar Practice, which was written by Rebekah Steely Brooker and John Meredith, goes over the importance of designating a custodian attorney and what a custodian attorney does.


Why Texas Lawyers Need to Designate Custodian Attorneys


Don't leave the future of your practice up to chance. A custodian attorney can assist in the winding down of your practice. Designate one today.


Surviving Your First Year as a Texas Lawyer: What New Lawyers Need to Know


Make the most of your first year as an attorney and set the groundwork for a successful future in the legal profession.


Texas Bar Practice Online Subscriptions are a Great Choice for Texas Lawyers


Did you know many Texas Bar Practice publications are available as monthly and yearly online subscriptions?


How to Probate a Will When the Original Is Lost


When it comes to probate in Texas, original wills are the way to go. But if a will is missing or destroyed, then probating becomes much more difficult.


Free Online and Digital Publications for Law Students in Texas


Are you looking for free resources for law school students in Texas? The State Bar of Texas is here to help! Law students and educators can access our digital publications and online subscriptions ...

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