Austin Coach Works with Women to Help Them Develop Their Unique Internal Masculine Expression in the Workplace

Catherine Logan is a researcher first and a coach second. That focus has enabled her to become one of Austin’s leading authorities when it comes to helping women balance their masculine and feminine personas in a professional setting, such as … Continue reading

Texas Appeals Court Looks to Federal Case Law in Acquitting Mom Who Taped Coach’s Speeches in Wiretap Statute Case

(Editor’s Note: The following summary is reprinted from Sports Litigation Alert) A Texas state appeals court has reversed a trial court and found that a school board member did not violate that state’s wiretap statute when she had her daughter … Continue reading

TCWLA Will Host Membership Mixer on May 29

The Travis County Women’s Lawyers Association will host its annual “TCWLA is Sweet” Membership event on May 29, 2014 at Norton Rose Fulbright from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. In addition to a selection of desserts and wine, the organization is staging a panel discussion with several business coaches, who … Continue reading

Looking for People in All the Wrong Places, How Law Firms Can Do a Better Job of Finding Top Performers

Editor’s Note: What follows is a guest post written exclusively for Austin Legal News by Jeff Moore (www.mooreleadership.com). When I ask an audience, “How many of you like to win?” hands shoot up quickly. When I follow up with, “Does … Continue reading

Round Rock Attorney Represents Athlete in Concussion Suit

Editor’s Note: Martin J. Cirkiel of Round Rock-based Cirkiel & Associates, P.C. is representing a former high school football player in his suit against the Marble Fall Independent School District and the former football coach. The case appears to be … Continue reading

LMA and ALA Bring in Speaker To Discuss Law Firm Productivity

The Austin City Group of the Texas Chapter of the Legal Marketing Association has partnered with the Austin Chapter of the Association of Legal Administrators to host a luncheon presentation on June 28 that is designed “to increase engagement of … Continue reading

Austin Attorney Works Pro BonoTo Defend Texas Tech University against Coach

The attorney representing Texas Tech University against Mike Leach, the university’s embattled former head football coach, is working pro bono, according to the university newspaper. Dicky Grigg told the paper that he took the case pro bono because he felt … Continue reading