TLC replicated its Online Legal Resource and Communication Center for Florida. Click here to read a news article about the project launch.
TLC replicated its Online Legal Resource and Communication Center for Alabama. Click here to read a news article about the project launch.
“Free Online Resources for Judges and Attorneys,” The Prosecutor, Texas District and County Attorneys Association, November-December 2012. Click here to read.
“Texas Foster Children Need Your Help,” Texas Bar Journal, October 2010. Describes TLC's statewide Pro Bono Project, a joint initiative of TLC, the Texas Young Lawyers Association, and the State Bar Committee on Child Abuse and Neglect.
“Texas Lawyers for Children: Helping Judges and Attorneys Handle Child Abuse Cases,” Texas Bar Journal, October 2010. Provides a summary of the types of resources and communication tools found in the Texas Lawyers for Children Online Legal Resource and Communication Center.
2009 Child Advocacy Award Recipients — Announcement by the American Bar Association, Young Lawyers Division.
"Teaming Up to Help Texas Children," Texas Bar Journal, October, 2009.
"TYLA and Texas Lawyers for Children Need Your Help to Protect Abused and Neglected Children" — Texas Young Lawyers Association's online announcement of joint initiative with TLC to help foster children in the permanent managing conservatorship of the state.
"2007-2008 State Bar of Texas Committee Reports," Texas Bar Journal, July 2008.
"Non-profit organization helping lawyers in polygamist case," WFAA-TV Dallas, transcript of newscast on April 17, 2008.
"Website offers free tools for judges and attorneys," Better Courts for Kids, newsletter of the Permanent Judicial Commission for Children, Youth and Families, Volume 1, Number 1, April 2008.
"Free Website Subscription Still Available," The Texas Prosecutor, journal of the Texas District & County Attorneys Association, January/February 2006.
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