Disclosure When Applying for the Texas Bar

Any applicant to the Texas Bar must be capable of demonstrating that they are individuals possessed with moral character. The Texas Board of Law Examiners—a panel composed of nine attorneys that the Texas Supreme Court has appointed to the task—is vigilant in determining that all applicants meet the requirements for eligibility to the Bar. While…

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Complaints Against Midwives Before TDLR

The Texas Midwifery Act requires anyone attempting to practice as a midwife in the state of Texas to be in possession of a license. According to section 203.002(7) of the Act, the practice of midwifery is defined as: (A) providing the necessary supervision, care, and advice to a woman during normal pregnancy, labor, and the…

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Who Needs a CPA License in The State of Texas?

Certified Public Accountants (CPAs) are vital players in the Texas economy—and as such, they are required to be licensed in order to practice their profession. The Texas State Board of Public Accountancy is charged with the oversight of the profession—ensuring CPAs comply with the Board’s Rules of Professional Conduct as well as the Texas Public…

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