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Published: September 16, 2021
Podcast: State Bar of Texas Podcast
Category: Legal Education , Legal News
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State Bar of Texas Podcast
State Bar of Texas Podcast

The State Bar of Texas Podcast invites thought leaders and innovators to share their insight and knowledge on what matters to legal professionals.

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