Messin' with Texas: Major Firms Move in on the Ol' Boy Network

Curriden, Mark
September 2011
ABA Journal;Sep2011, Vol. 97 Issue 9, p16
The article offers information on the growth of legal industry of Texas. It states that several national law firms are trying to penetrate the energy-rich and economically thriving Texas legal market without much success. It mentions that the Texas firms are cultivating tight partnerships with energy general counsel.


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