Our own Jason Boulette is honored to speak at the 23rd Annual Bench Bar Conference (Dallas) in Horseshoe Bay this Friday, October 24th on the topic of Ethics: The True Cost of Representation. If attending, please look for him and say hello!
Ann was honored to speak at the TAPS CLE Seminar this morning about “Lessons Learned: How to Respond to Administrative Charges of Discrimination.” We’re happy she could support the State Bar of Texas and arm their bright paralegals with tools for success!
We’re proud to support the Austin Young Lawyers Association and thoroughly enjoy teaching members in the AYLA Trial Academy program (see Mike Golden featured in article). And congratulations to the AYLA for their recent honors from the Texas Young Lawyers Association and the American Bar Association!
Steven Garrett, who joined Boulette & Golden last year as Associate Attorney, has been named to the Board of Directors of Skillpoint Alliance, as reported in the Austin Business Journal. Offering highly effective programs, Skillpoint Alliance is a 501(c)3 social enterprise that builds partnerships among industry, education and the community, leading to college and career success for Central Texans, while meeting employers’ needs for a qualified workforce.
20 Aug 2014
Our own Jason Boulette is a potential speaker at the SXSWi 2015 conference. This year, SXSW is using a voting process as one of their criteria for final selection.
If you are so inclined, please click on the image below and let SXSWi know that you think he’d contribute to a strong line-up. Note that you will have to sign in or create an SXSWi account. If that’s a deal-breaker no worries. Otherwise, we would truly appreciate the support.
14 Aug 2014
Our own Steven Garrett catches illegal advice for “taking files home in advance” from well-intentioned blogger on Level Money. Here’s the story…
Last night, Austin Monthly readers got the chance to mingle with this year’s most eligible bachelors and bid generously on fabulous prizes in the name of charity. Held at the W Austin, the Bachelor Issue Release Party and Auction raised more than $12,000 for The Shade Project, a charity that builds shaded playgrounds to help reduce skin cancer in children.
Our own Mike Golden was featured as one of the eligible bachelors and fetched more than $1,700 for his Lake Austin Getaway package. Friends and family showed their support with their attendance and enthusiasm, and egged on the audience to increase their bids. We’re very proud of Mike and congratulate him on his terrific spirit and success in helping protect kids from the sun to prevent skin cancer!
30 Jul 2014
Ever the philanthropist, Mike agreed to participate in the annual Austin Monthly Magazine “Bachelor” issue to raise money for the Shade Project of Austin event to help raise funds for a good cause.
Boulette & Golden is a community minded firm which supports a variety of organizations throughout Austin, but none in this manner. “Being featured in a piece like this is a new one for me,” he says, “It provides a whole new perspective.” To view his write up, visit the Austin Monthly Magazine website or pick up the August issue on stands today.
About the 9th Annual Austin Monthly Bachelor Release Party and Auction
- August 7, 2014 | 7:00pm – 10:30pm
- W Hotel, downtown Austin
- Tickets: General Admission: $40, VIP + Sneak Peek Party: $100, Purchase Tickets (http://ambachelorparty.splashthat.com/)
Enjoy a Hollywood welcome complete with a red carpet entrance into the luxurious W Hotel where a night of savory light bites from sleek and sophisticated TRACE restaurant awaits. Sip on specialty cocktails featuring Captain Morgan White Rum while you enjoy pre- and post-auction festivities featuring DJ Johnny Bravvo, live music and dancing from Soul Track Mind, caricatures by Kevin Middleton, Photo booths by Tap Snap and an opportunity to compete in a charity bachelor social media scavenger hunt for prizes. It will be a night you won’t forget!
About the Shade Project
The Shade Project is a non-profit organization dedicated to the prevention of skin cancer through education, outreach and building shade structures where children play. Donations to The Shade Project are 501c3 tax deductible. Visit http://theshadeproject.org/ for more information.