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Remembering Harper Lee

Originally published By Lindsay Stafford Mader for the Texas Bar Blog Readers and lawyers around the country are feeling the loss of author Harper Lee, who died in her sleep this morning at the age of 89. Harper’s novel To Kill a Mockingbirdwas awarded a Pulitzer Prize in 1961. Dallas attorney Talmage Boston—who has extensively … Continue Reading

Talmage’s Newest CLE Ethics Speech: “Why Atticus Finch Is Still Our Role Model—Even After Go Set a Watchman”

Talmage’s newest CLE Ethics speech is based on his widely read article published in the September issue of the Texas Bar Journal (with a similar version having been published in the Washington Independent Review of Books), entitled “Cracking the Code on Harper Lee: Atticus through Watchman and Mockingbird.” Click here to read the full article … Continue Reading

Cracking the Code on Harper Lee: Atticus through Watchman and Mockingbird

Talmage’s article “Cracking the Code on Harper Lee” was published in the September issue of the Texas Bar Journal. Talmage was one of the first people to read Harper Lee’s novel Go Set a Watchman. He has closely followed other book reviews and controversy among readers who believed that the character Atticus Finch was portrayed … Continue Reading
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