Fastcase is now offering free up-to-date Texas case law alerts to State Bar of Texas members. Upon signing up, bar members will receive daily alerts and case summaries that include a brief excerpt and a public link to the opinion. The updates draw on new Texas trial and appellate court opinions, so you’ll always be informed.
A project of the State Bar of Texas Family Law Section, the Annotated Texas Family Code provides commentary from seasoned family law attorneys. This new edition clearly indicates case law updated annotations and includes more than two hundred selected CLE articles from the TexasBarCLE Online Library.
Written by a committee of 25 members of the bench and bar, this book is intended to assist in preparing the court’s charge in jury cases. It provides definitions, instructions, and questions needed to submit jury charges in family law, probate, guardianship, trust, and involuntary commitment cases.
Since 2006, Texas Bar Books has teamed up with the Legal Access Division of the State Bar of Texas to provide a complimentary annual subscription to Texas Family Law Practice Manual Online to every attendee of the Family Law Essentials seminars who agrees to accept four pro bono cases. All other registrants will receive 25% off an annual subscription.
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The State Bar of Texas has provided free access to legal research through both Fastcase and Casemaker as a member benefit for many years. In January, Fastcase and Casemaker merged and will be combining to offer a comprehensive set of tools and products under one platform: Fastcase.
Hyphens play a wide variety of roles in written English. One of those roles is to add clarity to compound adjectives (adjectives made of two or more words) that immediately precede and modify nouns in sentences.
The Texas Criminal Pattern Jury Charges—Crimes against Persons and Property special supplement, affecting CPJC 91.8 (Lesser Included Offense Analysis and Relationship between Trespass and Burglary) and CPJC 91.10 (Terminology: “Of Another” and “Ownership”), clarifies certain aspects of the crimes of burglary and criminal trespassing.
In August 2021, the Guardianship Alternatives digital download was updated.
The 2021 edition of Annotated Texas Family Code, a joint project of the Family Law Section of the State Bar of Texas and the Texas Family Law Foundation, is now available for purchase.
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