holiday-blog-adThe TexasBarBooks Winter Holiday Gift Book Sale has begun and will last through the rest of 2019! Use the code GIFT25 and get 25% off of our gift book titles, a selection that is sure to appeal to a wide variety of customers.

Learn about the struggles and accomplishments of Texas women lawyers, hear insightful discussions about heroic lawyers in both video and book formats, and pick up slick and usable conversation topics for those rapidly approaching ugly sweater parties with Party Talk and our follow-up to the gift-book favorite, More Party Talk. Or give any of these books to coworkers, budding lawyers, or anyone with an interest in legal history.

The collection also features all of our books and a DVD by notable Texas lawyer Jim M. Perdue, whose emphasis on finding narratives within cases has resulted in some of our most entertaining and informative material.

In order to ensure that your gifts arrive in time for December 25th (via our always free shipping!), be sure to order by December 17th. But the special prices will stay good through December 31st, 2019 as an extra token of appreciation for you!  Happy Holidays!

Updated pages for the Texas Criminal Pattern Jury Charges—Intoxication, Controlled Substance & Public Order Offenses, 2019 edition, will be mailed to current owners by early December 2019. The special supplement consists of revisions made necessary by the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals opinion Beltran De La Torre v. State and by the 2019 addition of Tex. Agric. Code § 121.001 and amendment to Tex. Health & Safety Code § 481.002(26).

The digital download has been corrected. You may download a zip file containing the updated excerpt in PDF and updated jury instruction language in Word by clicking the download button below.

If you have difficulty of any kind, please contact us at books@texasbar.com or by phone at (800) 204-2222, ext. 1499, or (512) 427-1499.

 

New edition of the Annotated Texas Family Code 2019

October 15, 2019

TexasBarBooks is pleased to present the new 2019 edition of Annotated Texas Family Code. This edition clearly indicates the legislative changes from the regular session of the Eighty-sixth Legislature and includes updated annotations to reflect recent case law. Full copies of over one hundred and fifty TexasBarCLE articles can be accessed in the digital version […]

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Volunteer Author Highlights: Boston Encourages Lawyers to Learn From Churchill’s Communication Methods

September 10, 2019

In his article “The Power of Words,” author and attorney Talmage Boston describes the methods for effective public speaking used by Churchill and encourages lawyers to incorporate them into their own presentations. Key components in Churchill’s speech-composition and speaking method include his “scaffolding of rhetoric,” the importance of resolute honesty, and the need to inspire, […]

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Volunteer Author Highlights: Hall Offers Tips For Surviving Family Members

August 7, 2019

TexasBarBooks volunteer authors become so by being proven leaders in their area of practice. In this series, we highlight their legal contributions beyond the expertise they lend to our practice materials. In his article “Checklist for Family Survivors”  Russell W. Hall provides information for families dealing with the death of a loved one. To alleviate […]

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TexasBarBooks Online Receives Technology Award

August 6, 2019

TexasBarBooks Online received the Association for Continuing Legal Education (ACLEA) Award of Outstanding Achievement in the Technology category for the Texas Probate System Online. ACLEA is a professional organization for continuing legal education providers, including publications. Members represent more than 300 such organizations from around the world. ACLEA’s Best Awards are issued each year in […]

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NEW Texas Probate Hearing Reference Card

July 14, 2019

TexasBarBooks is pleased to announce the new Texas Probate Hearing Reference Card for uncontested probate hearings. Use the card to plan your entire hearing, including what to do before, during, and after your court appearance. Click here to learn more about this product.     See Pricing and Purchase Now

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Attorneys Swim with Sharks at the Inaugural TOJI Pitch Event

July 9, 2019

On the TV reality show Shark Tank, contestants present business models to industry giants (“Sharks”) in hopes of obtaining investment support. The Sharks present at the Texas Law Center on June 21 heard business pitches from the participating attorneys of the Texas Opportunity and Justice Incubator in an event inspired by the television show, with […]

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Your Texas Divorce: Mediation or Collaborative Law?

June 6, 2019

By Kim M. Munsinger Many couples are looking for a civilized way to divorce so they can sit down and talk it out. They don’t want a courthouse battle where everyone gets hurt and the clients can’t communicate with each other. Often, the first alternative to the courthouse fight that comes to mind is mediation. […]

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New Edition of Texas Criminal Pattern Jury Charges – Intoxication, Controlled Substance & Public Order Offenses

May 16, 2019

TexasBarBooks is pleased to present the new 2019 edition of Texas Criminal Pattern Jury Charges—Intoxication, Controlled Substance & Public Order Offenses. This volume complements the other volumes in the Texas Criminal Pattern Jury Charges series and covers a wide variety of topics. The new edition includes statutory updates, revised discussion of leading criminal cases, and […]

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