RE: “Bridges,” December 2016, P. 798 I am a Hoosier lawyer who also happens to be a proud member of the Texas Bar. For the past four months I have read Frank Stevenson’s President’s Opinion, and I simply want to take a moment to compliment him. If he’s not a trial lawyer, he should have been; his stories are simply wonderful! I have been moved and inspired after reading each one and sorely tempted to appropriate more than one of them to my own purposes in the ABA where I am active. Thank you. Mr. Stevenson’s stories are worth the price of bar dues! DAVID J. THEISING Indianapolis, Indiana RE: “The Judge’s Daughter: Tie a Bow On It (Goofy Gifts For Jolly Lawyers),” December 2016, P. 842 That article was amusing. Thanks for the gift ideas. “Come Back With a Warrant” was my favorite. W. M. READ Dallas, Texas For years the first thing I did with my copy of the Texas Bar Journal was turn to the back to read Judge Buchmeyer’s column. After his passing, I continued to do so, for a while, out of wistful habit. At some point, even that habit died (“extinction” of a learned behavior is what they would have called it in my college psychology class three decades ago). But the old habit got ahold of me once more, a few moments ago, and I was delighted to find the Judge’s Daughter. Yay! ROBERT M. “BOB” FREY Ridgeland, Mississippi ON TWITTER RE: DECEMBER 2016 ISSUE No matter where I live ... I still look forward to my monthly Texas Bar Journal! Great articles and really helpful advice from seasoned folks! Louis Molnár (@limolnar) • Tell us what you think via @statebaroftexas, email@example.com, or P.O. Box 12487, Austin, TX 78711-2487. Letters addressed to the Texas Bar Journal may be edited for clarity and length and become the property of the magazine, which owns all rights to their use.
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