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11 12 13 14October Speaker LunchTime: 11:30 am
Legendary trial lawyer Clifton "Scrappy" Holmes will regale us with stories from his almost 50-year career.
15 16 17TEXABOTA Board Mtg in AustinTime: 10:00 am
Austin - location TBA and No-Host dinner location TBA. Meeting is 10-am-12 Noon.
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Aug 10

2015 Judicial Dinner

Our 2015 Annual Meeting and Judicial Dinner will take place on Thursday, December 10th, at the J W Marriott, 110 E. Second St. Austin, TX 78701. Members and their spouses are invited.

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James Otis Lecture Series – September 17, 2015

TEX-ABOTA, the Texas Chapters of the American Board of Trial Advocates, will commemorate Constitution Day 2015 with the fourth James Otis Lecture in the chambers of the Texas House of Representatives at the State

L-R: Don Jackson, immediate past president of TEX-ABOTA
Mark Kincaid, TTLA
Justice Phil Johnson, Supreme Court of Texas
Senator Kirk Watson, Senate Sponsor of SB 534
Chief Justice Nathan Hecht, Supreme Court of Texas
Trey Apffel, President of the State Bar of Texas
Pam Madere, TADC
Rep John Smithee, House Co-sponsor of SB 534
David Chamberlain, President of TEX-ABOTA and 2015-16 Chair of the State Bar Board of Directors.

Civility Oath Signed Into Law

State Bar leaders, Texas Supreme Court justices, and other members of the legal profession met today with Gov. Greg Abbott, who recently signed SB 534 into law. The bill, sponsored by Sen.