Law Student Information

One of our priorities at the State Bar of Texas is to enhance law students' participation in the administration of justice, professional responsibility, and public service.

Law Student Division Membership

Are you currently a law student? Then interact with your community and local attorneys when you join the State Bar of Texas Law Student Division for only $15 per year.



  • Membership Application

  • Welcome Letter from the Chair: A welcome from the chair of the Law Student Division.

  • 2023-2024 Law Student Division Board: Contact information for your law school’s student representative.

  • Member Benefits: Scholarships, discounts, publications like the Texas Bar Journal, and more when you join for only $15 a year.

  • Additional Member Benefits: 15% off all hardcopy publications and trial reference cards with discount code LAWSTUDENTDIV15 activated once your membership application is approved. Sign up for an account on using the same email in your membership application.

  • Scholarships for Members Only: Each year, the Law Student Division offers its members a $1,000 scholarship: the Legal Professionalism Award in the Fall and the Essay Contest Award in the Spring. Two scholarship recipients will be selected from the Law Student Division applicants; both Texas law school and out-of-state law student members may apply.

  • Registration Form for TexasBarCLE Seminars: Law Student Division members receive registration to TexasBarCLE live and video replay seminars. In addition, members have access to the online classroom and online library.

  • Appellate Section Membership Application: Stay current with trends in the Texas Appellate Court with this free membership.

  • Free Section Membership: Take advantage of our offer for a free membership in selected sections. Benefits of section membership include quarterly newsletters, outstanding CLE events, and access to "members only" portions of websites.

  • Texas Lawyers Assistance Program: TLAP helps law students who are experiencing problems with depression, anxiety, chronic stress, abuse of substances, or addictive behaviors by providing support, referrals, and information. All communications with TLAP are strictly confidential by statute.

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Resources for All Texas Law Students

As a law student, the following resources and awards are available to you:

Contact the Law Student Division


Bree Trevino


to 512-427-1518



Supervised Practice Cards

In May 2020, the Supreme Court of Texas adopted new Rules Governing the Supervised Practice of Law by Qualified Law Students and Qualified Unlicensed Law School Graduates in Texas.

Qualified Law Students and Qualified Unlicensed Law School Graduates can apply for a Supervised Practice Card by submitting an application to the State Bar of Texas Membership Department. Please click here for additional information. 

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