“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.
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.
- President's Message: Numero Dos - By John A. Convery
- Editor's Comment: Wear Silver - By Sarah Roland
- Ethics and the Law: Sticks and Stones - By Robert Pelton
- Federal Corner: If You Ever Have to Be Concerned about the Issue of Punishment in a Criminal Case, You Must Read Judge Block’s Opinion in 'United States v. Chevelle Nesbeth' - By F. R. Buck Files Jr.
- Said & Done