Book, authored by Robert P. Schuwerk, Lillian B. Hardwick
This helpful 526-page desk reference brings together in one convenient volume materials concerning legal ethics applicable to law practice in Texas.
Offers basic standards that should govern the conduct of all judges and provide guidance to assist judges in establishing and maintaining high standards of judicial and personal conduct.
The State Commission on Judicial Conduct is an independent agency responsible for investigating allegations of judicial misconduct or judicial disability, and for disciplining judges.
The State Bar of Texas’ Paralegal Division is a statewide organization for legal assistants.
The ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct were adopted by the ABA House of Delegates in 1983.
Jamail Center for Legal Research
State and National Ethics Resources
The State Commission on Judicial Conduct is the independent Texas state agency created by an amendment to the Texas Constitution in 1965, that is responsible for investigating allegations of judicial misconduct or judicial disability, and for disciplining judges.
The primary provider of specialized judicial education and training for Texas appellate, district, and county court-at-law judges.
The UPLC is charged with preventing the unauthorized practice of law.
Composed of the Chief Justice and eight Justices, the Supreme Court of Texas is the court of last resort for civil matters in the State of Texas.