Constitutional Law

Belief Behind Bars: Religious Freedom and Institutionalized Persons
By: Najmu Mohseen, Constitutional Law Center for Muslims in America

Does Twitter Have to Respect My First Amendment Rights?
By: Loren Jacobson, Assistant Professor at UNT Dallas College of Law

How the John Lewis Voting Rights Act Would Fix the Constitutional Issues in the Voting Rights Act of 1964 Created by Shelby County
By: Brandon Maxey, Mayer LLP

Religious Liberty In The Age Of COVID
By: Antony Barone Kolenc, Assistant Professor at UNT Dallas College of Law

Sexual Abuse, Religious Organizations, And The First Amendment: Distorting Religious Freedom To Shield Child Abusers And Their Enablers
By: Lacey Turley Most, Turley Law Firm

The Limits of Free Speech in Social Media
By: Brett M. Pinkus, Partner at Wick, Phillips, Gould & Martin, LLP

They Are Holding Trial In The Streets! Obtaining Your Civil Rights Trial
By: Dan Dailey, Kingdom Litigations, Inc.

Undocumented Immigrants’ Rights Under the United States Constitution
By: Andres E. Martinez Millan, Attorney at The Law Office of Yolanda Castro-Dominguez



Employment Law

Top 10 Employment Law Mistakes By Employers
By: Stacy Bruce, Partner – Cobb Martinez Woodward PLLC

Overcoming Gender-Based Pay Discrimination
By: Karen Fitzgerald -  Fitzgerald Law

Lawful Employment in the United States for Foreign Workers: Common Myths and Misconceptions of Employment-Based Petitions In The COVID-19 Era
By: Janelle Portugal, Immigration Attorney - The Law Offices of Kenneth G. Wincorn & Associates, P.C.

In The COVID-19 Era Courts Deliver Extra Protection To “Gig Economy” Workers
By: Ashley Pileika

Essential: Employee Rights And Considerations During The COVID-19 Pandemic
By: Javier Perez, Founder & Managing Partner - Perez Law

Landlord & Tenant Issues

Chapter 27’s Role In Keeping Property Safe For Living And Working In Dallas
By: Avvennett Gezahan & Nathan Williams, Community Prosecution Section – Dallas City Attorney’s Office

Pets, Rentals, & The Fair Housing Act: What You Need To Know
By: Bailey Eagin, Law Librarian – Locke Lord; Adjunct Faculty – UNT Dallas College of Law

Stories On Social Media: Connecting People To Housing Help
By: Rachel Cohen-Miller & Evelyn Mayo, Attorneys – Disability Rights Texas

Common Causes for Default of Reverse Mortgages (HECM Loans)
By: Maryann D’Aniello & Key Pechin, Foreclosure Prevention Team – Legal Aid of NorthWest Texas

Recovery of Security Deposits in Texas Residential Lease
By: Jacob Wallace, Attorney – Law Office of Jacob Wallace


Probate & Estate Planning

Navigating The Challenges Of Estate Planning For Blended Families
By: Christopher L. Carns, Partner — Prevost, Shaff, Mason & Carns, PLLC

An Overview Of Guardianship
By: Ellen Daniel Williamson, Attorney and President — Ellen Williamson Law, PC

How A Transfer On Death Deed Affects Medicaid Benefits
By: Richard E. Anderson, Partner — Anderson Vela LLP

End Of Life Advance Directives
By: Mark Sutherland, Owner — Mark W. Sutherland, P.C.

Probate And Special Needs
By: Tresi Weeks, Attorney and Founder — The Weeks Law Firm, PLLC and Chris Krupa Downs, Attorney — The Weeks Law Firm, PLLC

Family Law Matters

“I Got The Jeep And She Got The Palace:” Understanding What Is “Just And Right” When Dividing Property In Divorce
By: Lindsey Obenhaus, Family Law Attorney — Goranson Bain Ausley LLC

A Practical Guide To Probate Concerns And Issues When A Family Member Dies Without A Will
By: Dax Pueschel, Associate Attorney — Blizzard & Zimmerman, P.L.L.C.

Understanding The Roles And Responsibilities Of Court-Appointed Attorneys For Children In Texas Family Law Cases
By: Jeanne M. Huey, Managing Partner — Hunt Huey PLLC

The Unique And Important Role Of A CASA
By: Christine Tamer, Assistant Professor of Law and Assistant Director of Legal Writing — UNT Dallas College of Law

Same-Sex Family Law Challenges In Texas
By: Karri Bertrand, Attorney — O'Neil Wysocki Family Law

The Basics Of Protective Orders In Dallas And Its Contiguous Counties
By: Melissa Shultz, Assistant Professor, Director of Legal Writing — UNT Dallas College of Law

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