Plano is an affluent suburb of Dallas, with an estimated population of 260,796. Plano mostly lies in Collin County, but also extends into Denton County. Plano boasts one of the lowest poverty rates and one of the best public school systems in the country. Given these attributes, it’s no surprise that Plano has consistently topped national magazines’ lists of best places to live in the nation, and in 2008 was named “Most Affluent City” by the U.S. Census Bureau. In addition, finding Plano lawyers with LegalMatch is easy.
Major corporations such as UGS, Ericsson Inc, Frito-Lay, and Rent-A-Center drive Plano’s thriving economy. Plano is also located close to the Telecom Corridor, a technology business hub located in Richardson, TX. As a result, many telecommunications and semiconductor companies, including Telect, Inc. and Texas Instruments, find Plano an attractive place to call home.
Plano is also home to Southern Methodist University, a graduate school with programs in business, computers, engineering, and law. SMU’s Dedman School of Law was recently named the number one law school in Texas in the Dear Dean Survey conducted by Texas Lawyer Magazine. Dedman was honored in part for its diverse curriculum and comprehensive law library.
Recently, Dedman School of Law hosted its third conference chaired by U.S. Supreme Court Justices. The conference, “Fair and Independent Courts: A Conference on Judicial Independence, Selection and Accountability,” was led by Justice Stephen Breyer and retired Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, and was attended by such noted figures as Wallace Jefferson, Chief Justice of the Texas Supreme Court, and Carolyn Dineen King, Judge for the U,S, Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit.
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