Lawrence G. Newman

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Author, Texas Corporation Law, 1986-present. Author, The Complete Guide to Nonprofit Corporations, 2009-present. Law Clerk, U.S. District Court, Colorado, 1972-1973. Member, American Law Institute. Adjunct Professor, UNT - Dallas, Spring 2011-14. Associate Editor, University of Chicago Law Review, 1970-1972.

Areas of Practice (11)

  • Business Organization
  • Business Transactions
  • Business Law
  • Business Formation
  • Contracts
  • Corporations
  • Limited Liability Companies
  • Small, Medium Size and Family Businesses
  • Drafting, Revision and Negotiating Agreements
  • Mediation and Collaborative Law
  • Entrepreneurial Law

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
214-522-7444  Phone
214-522-7715  Fax
University Attended:
Colorado College, B.A., cum laude, 1969
Law School Attended:
University of Chicago, J.D., 1972
Year of First Admission:
1973, Colorado; 1973, Texas
Dallas Bar Association, State Bar of Texas; The Colorado Bar Association; American Bar Association.
Birth Information:
Dallas, Texas, July 7, 1947

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Dallas, Texas

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