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TCLE has compiled links to books, websites, DVDs and other reference materials on ethics and professionalism issues.

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  • More Party Talk

    Answers to Everyday Legal Questions for Texas Lawyers

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  • Professional Ethics Committee

    The State Bar of Texas Professionalism Committee was created in 1990 to identify factors that influence professionalism and to develop and recommend to the State Bar Board of Directors ways to improve professionalism with particular attention to the professional development of new lawyers.

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  • Supreme Court of Texas

    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.

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  • Texas Access to Justice Commission

    The Texas Access to Justice Commission was created by the Supreme Court of Texas to develop and implement initiatives designed to expand access to, and enhance the quality of justice in civil legal matters for low-income Texans.

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  • Texas Board of Legal Specialization

    The Texas Board of Legal Specialization was authorized by the Supreme Court of Texas, the TBLS certifies attorneys in 20 specific areas of law and paralegals in six specific areas. Board certification helps insure that the citizens of Texas receive the highest quality legal services.

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  • Texas Center for the Judiciary

    The primary provider of specialized judicial education and training for Texas appellate, district, and county court-at-law judges.

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  • Texas Code of Judicial Conduct

    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.

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  • Texas Lawyer's Creed

    A Mandate for Professionalism

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  • Texas Legal Malpractice & Lawyer Discipline

    Book, authored by Charles F. Herring, Jr.

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  • Texas State Commission on Judicial Conduct

    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.

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