The State Bar of Texas has tapped the heavy-hitting Texas Big Law firm Vinson & Elkins for representation in a case that claims the bar’s mandatory dues, used for alleged political and ideological purposes, are unconstitutional.

There’s less than a month left for them to complete the first order of business for the five-lawyer team, which must respond to the plaintiffs’ arguments that they deserve to win the case early because the law is on their side and no facts are in dispute.

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