Friday, March 17, 2017

Top 10 from Texas Bar Today: Law Librarians, Legal Writing, and Social Media

Originally published by Joanna Herzik.

TexasBarTodayTopTenBadgeJune2016To highlight some of the posts that stand out from the crowd, the editors of Texas Bar Today have created a list from the week’s blog posts of the top ten based on subject matter, writing style, headline, and imagery. We hope you enjoy this installment.

10. Lessons from a Recent Employer Win in an ADA Accommodation CaseAlicia Voltmer of Lillard Wise Szygenda PLLC in Dallas

9. Client Development: Stop Selling and Start HelpingCordell Parvin @cordellparvin of Cordell Parvin LLC in Dallas

8. My Questions Surrounding ME2 Productions Attorney Gary Fischman’s Disclosed List of Interested Parties. – Robert Z. Cashman of Cashman Law Firm, PLLC @HoustonLawy3r in Houston

7. 5 Tips for Complying with EDTX Standing Orders on Jury ResearchKacy Miller @CourtroomLogic of Courtroom Logic Consulting in Dallas

6. Who Leads the Law Library? How About Law Librarians? – Greg Lambert @glambert of Jackson Walker L.L.P. in Houston

5. SCOTUS Hears Arguments on State Law Banning Sex Offenders from FacebookCriminal Defense Blog of Broden & Mickelsen, LLP @BrodenLaw in Dallas

4. Why Texas lawyers aren’t subject to non-competes.Rob Radcliff @robradcliff of Weinstein Radcliff LLP in Dallas

3. The legal-writing teacher who makes mistakesWayne Schiess, Director of the David J. Beck Center for Legal Research, Writing, and Appellate Advocacy at the University of Texas School of Law @UTexasLaw in Austin

2. To every garnishment there is a season –David Coale @600camp of Lynn Pinker Cox & Hurst, LLP in Dallas

1. Beware The Tweet – or You May Face an Unintended TweetstormRoxanne Edwards of Klemchuk LLP @K_LLP in Dallas

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