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CAAP

The Client Attorney Assistance Program is a voluntary, confidential dispute resolution service of the State Bar of Texas. CAAP's objective is to facilitate communication and foster productive dialogue to assist Texas lawyers and their clients in resolving minor concerns, disputes, or misunderstandings within the context of the attorney-client relationship.

Succession Planning

Every lawyer should have a plan in place to protect clients and colleagues for the time when he or she no longer can practice.

In 2014, the State Bar Aging Lawyer Issues Task Force issued a report to the State Bar Board of Directors. The task force wanted to develop resources for attorneys on issues related to aging, such as transitioning to retirement, mental health issues, and staying connected to the community.

TLAP

The Texas Lawyers’ Assistance Program provides confidential help for lawyers, law students and judges who have problems with substance abuse and/or mental health issues.

Texas Board of Legal Specializations

An attorney who is board certified has relevant experience and special competence in a select field of law.

Career Center

Texas Bar Career Center is the destination for exciting legal job opportunities and the best resource for qualified candidates within the legal industry.

LRIS

The Lawyer Referral and Information Service connects member lawyers with clients.

TYLA