TexasBarBooks-Online-LogoWe’re excited to announce the launch of TexasBarBooks Online in late summer 2015! Our newest product will bring the full content of the Texas Family Law Practice Manual, with other titles to follow, into an easily accessible, subscription-based Web application.

You will have full access to the most authoritative family law material in Texas, in any browser and from any device, and you will have the opportunity to start working with our practice notes and downloadable MS Word forms with the convenience of a low monthly or annual subscription price. Of course, attorneys who prefer having a printed book and the accompanying digital product will still be able to purchase the printed seven-volume set.

TexasBarBooks Online includes the staple features of our existing digital products, such as links to statutes and cases through Casemaker, while also incorporating new interactive tools that will enhance your workflow.

Please contact us if you are interested in learning more about TexasBarBooks Online or are interested in being among the first to try TexasBarBooks Online before its official release.

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Drafts of new language for the 2016 edition of Texas Pattern Jury Charges—Business, Consumer, Insurance & Employment are now available as proposed changes. Load the PDF to your browser by clicking the download button below. The committee that works on this edition strives for objective, well-drafted charges and commentary that accurately reflect Texas law. Your feedback will help the committee achieve that goal. Take the time to review the new material and send comments to books@texasbar.com. As always, TexasBarBooks appreciates your assistance in crafting jury charges that are the most widely accepted in Texas.

Click here to read a summary of the new charges

Updated Digital Product for Texas Collections Manual

May 11, 2015

An updated version of the Texas Collections Manual 2015 digital product is available for download. The updated version includes a corrected form 26-19, “Motion to Compel Respondent to Give Deposition in Aid of Judgment.” If you downloaded the digital product on or after May 6th, 2015, your copy already includes the corrected form and no […]

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Updated Word Form Collaborative Law —Start to Finish

January 23, 2015

An updated Word form for Collaborative Law—Start to Finish is available for download. Click the download button below for a zip file containing the updated version of Form 12. Save the file to the desktop and extract the Word document without modifying its file name. Then simply drag the new form into your Collaborative Law […]

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Updated Digital Product Texas Probate System, 4th Ed.

November 3, 2014

An updated version of the Texas Probate System 2014 digital product is available for download. The updated version includes a corrected and revised form 23, “Disclaimer of Full Interest in Estate” (a citation in the third paragraph was corrected, and other portions were rewritten for clarity) and a revised Special Instruction 58, “Who Inherits When […]

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Munsinger talks Collaborative Law on Texas Public Radio

August 12, 2014

San Antonio attorney Kim Munsinger recently made an appearance with Julian Schwartz on Texas Public Radio to discuss the process of collaborative divorce, a fresh alternative to the approach of  settling divorces in courtrooms. Munsinger is an expert on the subject and has recently edited our own Collaborative Law—Start to Finish. Collaborative law utilizes tools […]

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Annual Meeting Panel Honors LBJ, the Civil Rights Act

July 28, 2014

Texas Bar TV has posted a recording of “Lyndon Johnson and the Civil Rights Act: A Remembrance,” the 2014 Bench Bar Breakfast Keynote panel at this year’s Annual Meeting. The panel features LBJ’s daughter Lynda Johnson Robb and Larry Temple, Austin attorney and former special counsel to LBJ. Author-attorney Talmage Boston serves as moderator. The […]

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The Texas Probate System: New Edition for a New Code

June 18, 2014

The replacement of the Texas Probate Code with the Texas Estates Code made the 4th edition of our Texas Probate System a uniquely important update. “There have been numerous updates and revisions in the past 40 or so years, but none as comprehensive as this one,” said editor James E. Brill, who has helmed the […]

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The Texas Probate System: A New Edition for a New Code (Live Webcast)

June 11, 2014

Approved for State Bar College Credit and Texas Board of Legal Specialization Credit in Estate Planning & Probate Law and Tax Law. Live Webcast! 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Thursday, June 19th Join editors James E. Brill and Russell W. Hall for a guided tour.   Learn what’s behind the tabs and how the various […]

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Vote For the Harper Lee Prize Plus More in Legal Fiction

May 30, 2014

There is plenty to read this summer for Texas lawyers, and hopefully long stretches of leisure time will be available too. Here are a few items going on in the world of legal fiction in case you are looking to relax with a new title or two. The American Bar Association and the University of […]

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