For the Public

  • Free Legal Resources

    The State Bar, the Texas Young Lawyers Association, and the bar’s Law-Related Education Department publish dozens of handbooks and pamphlets in both English and Spanish on topics such as the legal system, health issues, family law, and veterans rights.

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  • Problems with an Attorney

    The Client-Attorney Assistance Program answers a hotline to help resolve minor issues between clients and attorneys before they rise to the level of sanctionable grievance offenses.

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  • Find Grievance and Ethics Information

    The State Bar is committed to protecting the public and provides resources on ethical conduct and the disciplinary process.

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  • Future Lawyers

    The State Bar of Texas provides resources for those who are considering a career as a lawyer. Information is available on Texas law schools, the Texas Board of Law Examiners, and the Law School Admissions Council.

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All records of the state bar, except for records pertaining to grievances that are confidential under the Texas Rules of Disciplinary Procedure, and records pertaining to the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, are subject to the Texas Public Information Act.
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Find information and watch public service announcements about the importance of jury duty.
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The Client Page, a regular column that appears in the Texas Bar Journal, offers useful information for consumers, including material on everything from how to raise money through crowdfunding to what to wear in the courtroom.
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These resources offer introductory information about legal topics, but cannot substitute for the advice of a lawyer.
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Answers to some of the most commonly asked questions, from “Can you help me decide what kind of lawyer I need?” to “How can I find an inexpensive lawyer, or a lawyer who will work for free?”
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