Six firms in Texas are among the U.S. firms included in The American Lawyer's Corporate Scorecard 2017.
Kimberly Kay Kreider-Dusek is the only lawyer in McMullen County, Texas. She likes it that way.
Ben DuBose had just about given up buying a property in which to relocate his plaintiffs personal injury law practice last year when he spotted a shuttered office building on North Central Expressway. The empty, white, one-story 1954-era brick building wasn't listed for sale. But the faded sign above the entrance read "Adelfa B. Callejo" --- a name that any native Dallas lawyer instantly recognizes.
Reporter Kristen Rasmussen profiles Melissa Pifko, one-half of a duo of chief legal officers at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston. Pifko is VP and CLO for health care and clinical affairs at the center; her colleague Daniel Reat was previously profiled.
South Texas College of Law Houston has received a $1.27 million gift aimed at launching a criminal defense certification program, which is meant to train defense lawyers to more effectively represent indigent defendants in the city's courts.
I hope all enjoyed a reflective Memorial Day. There is much lawyers can learn from the military experience.
A job applicant who claimed his offer to work at U.S. Steel Tubular Products Inc. was rescinded because he refused a hair-follicle drug test on religious grounds agreed to a $150,000 settlement.
Anna Kuhn has joined Pirkey Barber in Austin as senior counsel and Kate Swint has joined the firm as an associate.
Recent studies show that Asian-Americans—the so-called "model minority"—aren't thriving in the legal profession to the extent that our "model-ness" might warrant.
TLAP knows that students are anxious at bar exam time, and offer some advice to help.
Cybersecurity and privacy risks are on every business-savvy lawyer's mind–or (heads up!) they should be.