Board of Directors
The State Bar of Texas is governed by a board of directors with 46 voting members from across the state who volunteer their valuable time and professional experience. The voting members include:
3 officers elected statewide by State Bar members (president, president-elect, and immediate past president),
30 attorneys elected from 17 geographical districts,
6 public (non-attorney) members appointed by the Supreme Court,
4 at-large directors appointed by the State Bar president, and
3 officers elected statewide by Texas Young Lawyers Association members (president, president-elect, and immediate past president).
Fourteen nonvoting, ex-officio members also serve on the State Bar board, including the immediate past board chair and liaisons representing the judiciary, State Bar sections, and out-of-state members. The expertise provided by these volunteer leaders allows the State Bar to continue to provide high-quality services and programs to members and the public.
Watch past State Bar Board of Directors meetings, read transcripts, and find related materials. Closed captioning is provided for video recordings.
Executive Committee Meeting Videos
Watch past State Bar Executive Committee meetings, read transcripts, and find related materials. Closed captioning is provided for video recordings.
Information is provided to contact a director.
Click here for a map of State Bar director districts.
Meeting Agendas, Minutes, Materials, and Enclosures
Board meetings are open to the public. Find agendas, minutes, materials, and enclosures from past meetings.
Board members volunteer their time to help manage our organization as advisers to State Bar sections and committees.
How to Serve on the Board
Information on Running for District Director
If you are thinking about running for office, please see the detail materials.
Information on At-Large Director Positions
Get information on submitting a nomination for at-large director positions on the Board.
Information on Running for President-elect
Get information on running for president-elect.