A paralegal may have a business card with the firm name on it provided the status of the paralegal is clearly disclosed. The business card is designed to identify the paralegal and to state by whom the paralegal is employed. A lawyer who permits their name or the name of a law firm to appear on the business card of a paralegal is charged with ensuring that the card meets the same standards of dignity and accuracy as would be required for the lawyer’s own card. Generally, office address, telephone and facsimile numbers and e-mail address are also listed. See Texas Ethics Opinion 403 at www.legalethicstexas.com.