Texas Lawyer's Top 20 of 2012 — So Far

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News about the purchase of Texas Wesleyan School of Law by the Texas A&M University System garnered the most attention from Texas Lawyer readers during the first half of the year, based on the number of page views on the newspaper's website. Other top stories on the list of most-read articles included news about associates' salaries, a legal malpractice suit, an investigation of a State Bar employee, and forms for pro se divorce litigants.

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