TCLE will hold the Justice James A. Baker Guide to Ethics and Professionalism in Texas live course in Houston on April 19, 2013 at the South Texas Law Center. This course is mandated by the Supreme Court of Texas for all newly-licensed attorneys in Texas. Early registration is available until April 5. Register early to avoid additional fees.
Executive Director Jonathan Smaby recently moderated a panel discussion with Chief Justice Wallace Jefferson, Justice Phil Johnson and Justice Debra Lehrmann as part of the Texas Supreme Court’s visit to Austin College in Sherman to hear oral arguments.
The Supreme Court of Texas will be hearing oral argument at Austin College in Sherman on February 26th as part of the Annual Kenneth W. Street Law Symposium. The day’s events include oral argument in the morning and an afternoon CLE program.
The Texas Center for Legal Ethics is now accepting nominations for the third annual Chief Justice Jack Pope Professionalism Awards. One Award each will be presented to an appellate judge and an appellate lawyer who epitomize the highest level of professionalism and integrity.
Former Supreme Court of Texas Justice Harriet O’Neill of Austin and Houston attorney Kevin Dubose were awarded the 2012 Chief Justice Jack Pope Professionalism Awards at the Annual Texas Supreme Court Historical Society Dinner on June 1, in Austin. The Awards were presented by Chief Justice Wallace Jefferson.
The Texas Center for Legal Ethics (TCLE) is proud to announce the 2012 recipients of the Chief Justice Jack Pope Professionalism Awards: former Texas Supreme Court Justice Harriet O’Neill and attorney Kevin Dubose.