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Battle over divorce forms

Earlier this year, the Texas Supreme Court proposed making simple divorce form pleadings available to Texas residents. Not surprisingly, many Texas family lawyers have strenuously objected. The dispute is the latest in a continuing controversy about the extent to which ...

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ABA revisits model rule on virtual law practice

The practice of law has seen numerous changes in the last 10 years, as online options have expanded to give attorneys the ability to work from almost anywhere. For the last decade, though, the American Bar Association’s licensing guidelines have remained unchanged. But now, the ABA Commission on Ethics 20/20 has posed three possible approaches to revising the rule in an Issues Paper. It is accepting comments through July 31.

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Going mobile: Legal marketers discover QR codes

Where web advertising was once the frontier of the marketing industry, more and more tech-savvy consumers have migrated to a newer form of technology. Mobile devices, such as smartphones and tablet computers, have changed the way we access the Internet by allowing us to take the web on the go. Marketers, including those who work for law firms, are looking to deliver their messages to the mobile web-surfing crowd via QR codes.

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