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Texas State Bar ethics opinion forbids non-lawyers in law firms from using the words 'officer' or 'principal' in their title.

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A Texas State Bar ethics opinion forbids non-lawyers in law firms to have "officer" or "principal" in their title.

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What's being said

  • Craig Huggart

    Great post, Monica. Well said!

  • Bill Flannery

    Does this Texas Bar ruling mean that a CTO/CIO that is based in Chicago and is a member of a law firm with offices in Texas cannot use that title?

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