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TYLA Pocket Guides
From the Inside Out: In-House Counsel's Advice for Young Lawyers
The Florida Bar Young Lawyers Division and the Texas Young Lawyers Association sought advice from in-house counsel across various industries in Texas and Florida in order to provide our young lawyers with practical advice to improve and enhance client service.
Criminal Law 101: Overview of the Texas Criminal Justice Process
This pamphlet provides is a tool for prosecutors and criminal defense attorneys to educate their clients, victimes or their respective families about the criminal justice process.
Financial Resources Guide for a Public Interest Career
This pamphlet provides a summary of strategies and resources that law students may find useful when determining whether to pursue a career in government or public interest law.
A client’s relationship with a lawyer isunique. Lawyers and clients must be able to freely for clients to receive the help they need, and the attorney–client privilege and the work-product doctrine make this possible. The attorney–client privilege protects confidential information learned by an attorney during client representation. The work-product doctrine protects the thoughts and materials prepared, and communications made, when lawyers and clients think litigation is possible.This pamphlet explains the basics of both protections, and seeks to teach clients how to avoid common pitfalls.