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Summary of Contents
Letter from Texas Young Lawyers Association
1. Commentary on the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct Governing the Duties between Lawyer and Client — William J. Chriss and John F. Sutton, Jr.
2. Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct
3. Summaries of the Opinions of the Committee on Professional Ethics, State Bar of Texas
4. Index to Ethics Opinions and the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct
5. Comparison Tables for Current and Former Texas Disciplinary Rules of ProfessionaL Conduct
6. Commentary on the Texas Attorney Discipline System — Stephanie Strolle
7. Texas Rules of Disciplinary Procedure
8. Processing a Grievance
9. A Guide to the Texas Lawyer’s Creed: A Mandate for Professionalism — Eugene A. Cook, Fred Hagans, and James H. Holmes, III
10. The Texas Lawyer’s Creed—A Mandate for Professionalism
11. Commentary on Lawyer Advertising Rules — Gene Major
12. Internal Procedural Rules of the Board of Disciplinary Appeals
13. Texas Access to Justice Foundation Interest on Lawyers’ Trust Accounts (IOLTA) Program — Joyce Lindsey
14. Texas Minimum Continuing Legal Education Rules (Article XII, State Bar Rules)
William J. Chriss
Eugene A. Cook
James H. Holmes, III
John F. Sutton, Jr.