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Issue #29
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Focus on. . .
Electronic Signatures Today
An overview of the status, and controversy, of electronic signatures across the nation, focusing on the question of the validity of e-notarization.

Reducing Legal Risk in the Use of Electronic Transactions
Awareness is key in safeguarding against increased risks and problems inherent in the use of electronic transactions.

Hot "Cites"

Legal Research 101: Class Seven



Hope of a Lifetime May Provide Some Credit
Two tax credits to lighten the burden of paying for higher education. 


You've Got Legal Mail!
An interesting case out of the 9th Circuit regarding service via e-mail.

Et Al.

Exceptional Pro Bono Service Award:
Sandra Walker

Kim Cantu Wins NALA's Outstanding Contribution Award

Linda Wolf Elected NALA Secretary

2002-2003 Board of Directors

Annual Meeting Highlights



President's Message

Editor's Note

Web Wizards



Everyone likes to see their name in print...well...almost everyone! If you would like to see yourís, all you have to do is submit an article to The Texas Paralegal Journal. It doesnít have to be a tomeóit can be as short as one-half page. Or if you have more to say, you can take up to five (5) single-spaced, typewritten pages. If you need ideas, take a look at the following suggestion: 
Criminal Law: Concealed Handgun Law; Pre-Litigation: Subrogation, Interview Techniques, Obtaining a Proper Witness Statement; Litigation: Trial Notebooks, Organization of Complex Document Production, Use of Databases, "On-the-Road" (working on a case out of your immediate area-what you need to know); Corporate/Business Law; Immigration; Environmental Law; Maritime and Admiralty
Products Liability; Medical Malpractice (including the role of the nurse/paralegal); Real Estate; Entertainment and Intellectual Property; Non-Traditional Roles for Legal Assistants; Pro Bono

These are only a few ideas for potential articles. If you feel you donít have anything to contribute, you probably know someone who does. Either contact them directly, or let us know their information and we will track them down.  We are also looking for suggestions for "Paralegal Pointers" "Law & Disorder" and our "Web Wizards" columns.  Also welcome are your comments and criticisms of our publications and website.

To share your ideas or submit an article, please contact:

Norma Hackler, Coorinator
Legal Assistants Division
P. O. Box 1375
Manchaca, TX 78652
512/280-1776 (o)
512/291-1170 (fax) 


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