The State Bar of Texas is an administrative agency of the state’s judicial branch that provides educational programs for the legal profession and the public, administers the Minimum Continuing Legal Education program for attorneys, and manages the grievance process.
TLTV is a State Bar of Texas program designed to develop and assist with 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.
The State Bar of Texas is governed by a board of directors who volunteer their valuable time and professional experience to our organization. The board receives no monetary compensation and is elected by State Bar members.
The mission of the State Bar of Texas is to support the administration of the legal system, assure all citizens equal access to justice, foster high standards of ethical conduct for lawyers …
Various projects and programs cultivated by State Bar presidents to provide lawyers with tools and resources to educate the public about the legal system.
The Archives Department of the State Bar of Texas serves as the official repository for the permanently valuable records of the State Bar of Texas (1939-present), as well as the Texas Bar Association (1882-1939) and donated legal history materials.
The operation of the State Bar of Texas is governed by statute (Government Code Section 81) and internal rules and policies.