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eSupplement to the 17th Annual Advanced Texas Administrative Law Seminar

Contains material from May 2022 to Jul 2022

eSupplement to the 17th Annual Advanced Texas Administrative Law Seminar
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Session 1: Law in Transition: Recent Developments in Equal-Protection and Anti-Discrimination Law for Transgender People - The last few years have seen intense development in the law regarding the rights of transgender people in schools, the workplace, sports, and beyond. This course reviews recent developments nationwide, particularly in equal-protection and anti-discrimination litigation.

Session 2: Hot Topics in Land Use: New and Emerging Topics - Explore the hot issues in land use.

Session 3: Beyond Brief Writing - Go beyond the basics of brief writing in this talk that encourages breaking the mold of tedious, superficial briefing through strategic choices, charts and pictures, better issue-framing, and more.

Session 4: Remote Court Proceedings: Are They Ever Going Away? - Learn how remote proceedings can continue to be useful, including updates from the Supreme Court's remote proceedings task force.

Includes: Video Audio Paper Slides

  • Total Credit Hours:
  • 3.00
  • Credit Info
  • TX, CA
  • TX MCLE credit expires: 8/31/2023

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1. Law in Transition: Recent Developments in Equal-Protection and Anti-Discrimination Law for Transgender People (Jun 2022)

Jane Langdell Robinson

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Law in Transition: Recent Developments in Equal-Protection and Anti-Discrimination Law for Transgender People (Jun 2022)

The last few years have seen intense development in the law regarding the rights of transgender people in schools, the workplace, sports, and beyond. This course reviews recent developments nationwide, particularly in equal-protection and anti-discrimination litigation.

Originally presented: May 2022 Law in Transition: Recent Developments in Equal-Protection and Anti-Discrimination Law for Transgender People

Jane Langdell Robinson, AZA - Houston, TX

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2. Hot Topics in Land Use: New and Emerging Topics (May 2022)

William S. Dahlstrom, Luke Franz

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Hot Topics in Land Use: New and Emerging Topics (May 2022)

Explore the hot issues in land use.

Originally presented: Apr 2022 Land Use Conference

William S. Dahlstrom, Jackson Walker LLP - Dallas, TX
Luke Franz, Jackson Walker LLP - Dallas, TX

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3. Beyond Brief Writing (Jul 2022)

Emily Johnson-Liu, Stacey M. Soule

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48 mins
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Beyond Brief Writing (Jul 2022)

Go beyond the basics of brief writing in this talk that encourages breaking the mold of tedious, superficial briefing through strategic choices, charts and pictures, better issue-framing, and more.

Originally presented: May 2022 Conference on Criminal Appeals

Emily Johnson-Liu, Office of the State Prosecuting Attorney - Austin, TX
Stacey M. Soule, Office of the State Prosecuting Attorney - Austin, TX

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4. Remote Court Proceedings: Are They Ever Going Away?  (Jul 2022)

Hon. Emily Miskel

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Remote Court Proceedings: Are They Ever Going Away?  (Jul 2022)

Learn how remote proceedings can continue to be useful, including updates from the Supreme Court's remote proceedings task force.

Originally presented: Jun 2022 Conference on State and Federal Appeals

Hon. Emily Miskel, 470th District Court - McKinney, TX