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  • Supreme Court to Consider Validity of Class-Action and Collective-Action Waivers in Employees’ Arbitration Agreements,
    article co-authored with Joel de la Garza for the newsletter of the Employment Law and Litigation Committee of the American Bar Association's Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section, 2017.
  • The Leap from E-Filing to E-Briefing: Recommendations and Options for Appellate Courts to Improve the Functionality and Readability of E-Briefs,
    member of ABA Council of Appellate Lawyers special committee that prepared 62-page report to advise appellate courts and lawyers of recommended practices and other considerations for transitioning from paper to electronic filings and records, 2016.
  • Fun with Jurisdiction and Venue: Recent Developments and Notable Nuances, paper and presentation for the Corpus Christi Bar Association’s Advanced Personal Injury Law Seminar, 2015.
  • Religious Accommodation After EEOC v. Abercrombie & Fitch, authored for the newsletter of the Employment Law & Litigation Committee of the ABA’s Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Section, 2015.
  • Damages Models in Employee Class and Collective Actions: Will Expediency or Accuracy Prevail?,
    authored for the newsletter of the Employment Law & Litigation Committee of the ABA's Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Section, 2015.
  • Immunity, article for and presented at the Corpus Christi Bar Association Personal Injury Trial Law Seminar, 2014.
  • Defending Civil Rights Litigation, presentation for the State Bar of Texas’ Appellate Section and Government Law Section, 2017.
  • Practical Legal Writing Both Inside and Outside the Courtroom, presentation with Audrey Vicknair to the Coastal Bend Women Lawyers Association, 2016.
  • Texas Supreme Court Update, presentation with Audrey Vicknair at the Corpus Christi Bar Association Advanced Personal Injury Trial Law Seminar, 2016.
  • Protected Classes, presentation at the Coastal Bend Society for Human Resource Management's Employment Law Seminar, 2016.
  • Employee Misconduct and Workplace Torts
    presented for Continuing Education credit at various insurance companies
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