Lawyers Giving Back
The State Bar of Texas encourages recent law school graduates to work for Texas legal aid organizations.
As such, the bar supports the Texas Access to Justice Foundation (TAJF)* in its efforts to provide student loan repayment assistance for nonprofit attorneys.
Find out if you are eligible for student loan repayment assistance today.
Guidelines in Brief
Recent law school graduates are eligible for loan repayment assistance through this program if they work full-time for any Texas organization that is:
- a recipient of TAJF* funds;
- a recipient of Legal Services Corporation funds; or
- a Texas non-profit that provides civil legal services if at least 50 percent of the services provided are free to Texans whose income is 175 percent of federal poverty guidelines, or less
Application Procedures in Brief
The program is administered by the Student Loan Repayment Assistance Program (SLRAP) at the State Bar.
If you have any questions about the application or program, please contact us.
512.320.0099 (ext. 122) (in Austin) or
800.252.3401 (ext 122)
* TAJF [Website]: The Texas Access to Justice Foundation (TAJF) is the leading funder of legal aid in Texas. Visit the TAJF website to learn more about its programs, who it serves, its commitments, and more.
Texas Lawyers for Texas Veterans is a State Bar of Texas program to develop and assist pro bono legal clinics throughout the state for military veterans who otherwise cannot afford or do not have access to the legal services they need.
This organization of attorney spouses supports the legal profession and public education.
Report your pro bono hours! The Pro Bono College recognizes attorneys who have far exceeded the State Bar's aspirational pro bono goal in their efforts to address the vast unmet legal needs of the poor.
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