Before winning a presidential nomination for one of the four U.S. Attorney positions in Texas, a candidate must first meet with a committee of 35 lawyers who vet applicants for the state's two Republican senators, John Cornyn and Ted Cruz.
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With a move scheduled to begin on the weekend Hurricane Harvey dumped rain in Houston, the firm's new office head made the call to delay the move.
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Nineteen of the 25 firms with the most lawyers in Texas made fewer new Texas partners in 2017 compared with 2016.
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