Resources

American Juror

American Juror is a web and video-based project dedicated to informing Texas citizens about jury service.

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Attorney Billing Guide

The purpose of this guide is to assist lawyers in connection with attorney fee statements by addressing (1) general billing practices, (2) privileges applicable to

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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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Bicycle Safety

Learn about bicycle laws in Texas as well as important safety tips for both bicyclists and motorists.

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Civility for All

Civility for All encourages students to be respectful, engaged, and civil members and leaders in their communities. This project was made possible by a $45,000

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Client Resource Guide

Members of the public look to licensed attorneys for guidance regarding their most important matters. This guide will help you with the important task of client management.

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Committed to Healing: Involuntary Commitment Procedures

A guide to involuntary commitment legal procedures. In the mental health community, involuntary commitment is considered a “last resort” option. It is the use of legal means to commit a person to a mental hospital or psychiatric ward against their will or over their protests.

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Compassion Fatigue

Compassion Fatigue (also known as Secondary Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) has recently become more prevalent in attorneys and is caused by helping those exposed to

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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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