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Texas Legal Ethics Research Guide – Resources for legal professions who are interested in researching ethical requirements for Texas lawyers including information on complying with Texas attorney internet advertising rules.
Find more information at the Texas Center for Legal Ethics and Professionalism, a not-for-profit organization, which provides great online information including the Supreme Court Opinions of the Ethics Committee and the Disciplinary Procedure Rules.
Texas Judicial Ethics Opinions – A compilation of Texas legal ethics opinion over the past 40 years.
Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Texas Attorney Advertising Rules – Find answers questions about attorney online advertising in Texas as well as a list of common mistakes that lawyers make when attempting to comply with the advertising rules.
Texas Bar Advertising Review – It is required by the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct (TDRPC) that written solicitations and advertisements by Texas Lawyers are to be reviewed by the Advertising Review Department.
Texas Bar Rules for Websites, Banner Ads, and Web-Based Directories – Here you’ll find all the requirements of computer accessed communications for lawyers in Texas, including rules covering websites, computer communications, social media, blogs, and attorney directory organizations.