AUSTIN, Texas —Thanks to the leadership of Eduardo R. Rodriguez '68, past president of the State Bar of Texas and senior partner in Rodriguez, Colvin, Chaney & Saenz of Brownsville, Texas, and UT Law professor David Robertson, the Law School's Continuing Legal Education department is joining with the Texas State Bar Association to present a day-long program on "What All Good Law Firms Have in Common: The Basics of Establishing, Organizing, and Operating a Successful Law Practice." This program will bring together distinguished Texas attorneys from around the State to discuss the culture, challenges, rewards, and practical aspects of successful law firm practice. (Six hours of MCLE credit, including 1.25 hours of ethics)
The seminar is free and open to UT Law students, members of the Austin Young Lawyers’ Association, and members of the Texas Young Lawyers’ Association. Space is limited and registration is required. To register, email firstname.lastname@example.org.