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July/August 2016
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Friday, July 22nd, 2016
Features
21 | The Many Faces of Rusty: Pictures from the Rusty Duncan Advanced Criminal Law Seminar
24 | SMO: Front–Loading Mitigation - By Gerald Bierbaum
27 | July Fourth Readings: The Principals - The stalwarts leading the charge
SMO: Front–Loading Mitigation
Friday, July 22nd, 2016

Empathy breeds proper judgment. . . . Empathy gives you an inside view. It doesn’t say, “If that was me . . .” Empathy says, “That is me.”

July Fourth Readings: The Principals
Friday, July 22nd, 2016

“A big thanks to all the hard-working people who made this historic event possible. Together, we made the profound words of the Declaration come alive in our hometowns. We reminded our fellow Texans that our devotion to the preservation of our liberty defines us as a people.

Reading Old Words Is Good for the Soul
Friday, July 22nd, 2016

Perhaps my earliest memory as a baby lawyer was watching worried law professors and bar leaders wringing their hands, wondering: “How can we improve our image as lawyers? Pro bono work? Public service? Legal ethics education?” Nothing seemed to work.

Declaration Reading Recollections and Media Mentions
Friday, July 22nd, 2016

“We came through the long Sanderson Canyon to the county seat of Terrell County.

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