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The energy of the State Bar Annual Meeting 2018 continues in these next three episodes of the State Bar of Texas Podcast. Tune in for some of the most notable guests interviewed by Rocky Dhir on the conference floor including legal tech pro Craig Ball, new president of the Texas Young Lawyers Association, Sally Pretorius, and 2016-17 State Bar of Texas President Frank Stevenson. These guests cover important topics like access to justice, young lawyer mentorship, and obtaining evidence in a digital age. Catch all of this and more in the newest episodes of the State Bar of Texas Podcast.
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Bonus Coverage of the State Bar of Texas Annual Meeting 2018
Rocky Dhir: Hey, this is Rocky Dhir. Listen, I need to have a quick word with you. These next three episodes that you’re about to hear they took place on location during the State Bar of Texas Annual Meeting on June 21st and 22nd, 2018 in Houston, Texas.
What I love about these episodes is you can hear the energy in the room while the Annual Meeting is taking place; and the guests and the content, absolutely spectacular. You won’t want to miss these.
Then starting in August, we’re going to go back to our normal studio format, and have I got a treat for you? Our first episode in August is going to be the Texas Treasurer himself. Texas’ Twitter laureate the Honorable Don Willett. It’s an amazing story. You won’t want to miss it.
Here at the State Bar of Texas Podcast, we’re always looking for great places to take you, because after all, life is a journey, so I want to thank you for tuning in.
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Sylvia Borunda Firth and Pablo Almaguer share their backgrounds and what they hope to bring to the State Bar of Texas presidency.
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