By Chip Babcock
This summer, To Kill a Mockingbird‘s sequel, Go Set a Watchman, was published and was met with outrage; not the literary sort (although there was that) but violent reaction to the critics’ perception that Atticus is revealed as a “white supremacist” (Literary Review), “a bigot” (The New York Times), and “a reactionary extremist … who joined the Ku Klux Klan” (NPR).
Results and Honors
- Chip Babcock was named a Trial Ace by Law360 and received Texas Lawyer‘s Lifetime Achievement Award
- Chip Babcock, Nancy Hamilton, Bob Latham and Paul Watler named to The Best Lawyers in America for First Amendment Law
- JW helped Texas Broadcasters Association defeat or amend adverse bills during 2015 Texas Legislative Session
Bob Latham writes a column (republished by permission) for SportsTravel magazine. This month’s topic: The summer of 2015 has proven that there is no need to have a long memory when it comes to great sports moments.
- JW Secures Appellate Victory for ‘The Dallas Morning News’ in Libel Suit by Senate Candidate »
- JW Wins Award of Its Attorneys’ Fees in Shield Law Defense of KXAN »
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