Topic: Popular Attorney Resources

Attorney-Client Relationship

Lawyers and clients must be able to communicate freely for clients to receive the help they need, and the attorney–client privilege and the work-product doctrine make this possible. This pamphlet explains the basics of both protections, and seeks to teach clients how to avoid common pitfalls

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Diversity Toolkit

The Diversity Toolkit consists of several pieces of the puzzle of having a comprehensive approach to organizational diversity. The four push-cards relate to diversifying relationships, diversifying membership, improving diversity with policies, and improving diversity with projects.

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If I Knew Then Life Lessons from Legendary Texas Lawyers

If I Knew Then: Life Lessons from Legendary Texas Lawyers

TYLA went across this great state and asked some legendary Texas attorneys what made them so great. How they got where they are? What was the life altering moment in their career? We asked these questions in the hope that it would provide an education of sorts or just satisfy our wild curiosities. Their responses are fascinating.

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Just In Case

Just In Case

This guide will highlight some of the important things to consider when an attorney becomes incapacitated or deceased. This guide will present a brief overview on the importance of having an up-to-date estate plan as well as address strategies for successfully transitioning a law practice.

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Social Media 101

Are there restrictions on what a lawyer can post to social media? Are social media posts considered advertisements? Are other social media activities such as “friending” regulated? This guide is intended to help you better understand the rules governing lawyer communications in social media.

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Tax Controversy Toolkit

This publication is intended to provide lawyers with current and accurate information about handling
and resolving tax controversies.

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