TABLE OF CONTENTS FEATURES 308 BSAFE TYLA’s newest initiative educates kids, parents, attorneys, and the public on substance abuse. By Lindsay Stafford Mader 310 Suspicious of Drug Courts? Don’t Be. A judge’s perspective. By Judge Donald Dowd B S A F E 308 316 Specialty Drug and Hybrid Drug Courts in Texas Compiled by Carson R. Guy 318 I Can’t Get No ... As a law student addicted to alcohol, I didn’t have much of a life. But after I sought help to end my days of drinking, I finally found hope—and satisfaction. By Anonymous 320 Fresh Perspective Revisiting the State Bar Act of 1939. 322 It’s a Small World After All Why it is so important for Texans to understand the International Court of Justice. By Dan A. Naranjo 326 SBOT Election 2014: President-elect Candidates Discuss the Issues 332 2013 Independent Auditors’ Report 342 2014-2015 State Bar of Texas Legislative Timetable 346 TYLA Election 2014: Questions for the Candidates 350 Solo/Small Firm: A Simple Plan Why solos and small firms need a long-term business strategy. By Roy S. Ginsburg 318 DEPARTMENTS 302 In Recess 304 President-elect’s Opinion 306 Technology 344 TYLA President-elect’s Opinion 352 Disciplinary Actions 356 Lawyers on the Move 359 Laurels 360 Memorials 362 Classified Advertising 366 Client Page 368 News From Around the Bar 370 ATJ Pro Bono Champion IN THIS ISSUE We examine the TYLA’s new initiative BSAFE, a program designed to battle substance abuse; learn about drug courts in Texas; and hear a first-person account of the strug-gles of addiction. Plus: State Bar president-elect candidates Allan K. DuBois and Bev-erly Bell Godbey talk about the most important issues facing the legal profession, lead-ership style, and the next generation of lawyers. PAGES 308, 310, 318, AND 326 322 CORRECTION On page 166 of the “Trailblazers” article featured in the February 2014 issue, it was stated that in 1957, Jimmie F.Y. Lee became the first person of Chinese descent to be admitted to the Texas Bar. In fact, Wellington Yee Chew, who was a Chinese American, was admitted to the Texas Bar in 1951. We regret the error.