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Talent Competition,” Texas Lawyer, Oct. 15, 2007, page 15, incorrectly stated the salary cap for state appellate courts’ staff attorneys hired after Sept. 1. The cap is $72,500. The article also misquoted 2nd Court of Appeals Chief Justice John Cayce regarding the highest salary that staff attorneys can earn at the Fort Worth appeals court. Depending on a staff attorney’s years of service and the availability of funds, it may be possible for the staff attorney to earn more than $84,000 a year, Cayce said.

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