Texas could alter rules to attract foreign attorneys

The Texas Supreme Court is contemplating a proposal that would ease the requirements for foreign-educated attorneys who want to practice in the state. "The proposed amendments are intended to reflect changing market realities facing the state and thereby offer law schools, law firms and clients based in Texas greater access to international resources," according to the Texas Supreme Court Task Force on International Law Practice.

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