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Texas Bar Does What MyShingle Did Almost Three Years Ago

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This  article (Texas Lawyer, 6/1/05) reports on an online resource for starting a law firm that includes articles, manuals, guides – and even a place to purchase books on starting a practice.  No, the article’s not reporting on MyShingle or our On Line Guide which has been up and running since December 2002 (with a brief gap from November 2004 until earlier this month) even though the program sounds suspiciously similar.  Instead, it’s about the Texas Bar’s online web resource for starting a law firm.  Congratulations to the Texas Bar for bringing this resource online and doing what we at MyShingle have been doing for almost three years.

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