TYLA Is Committed To Providing Future Texas Lawyers Valuable Resources As You Prepare For Your Law Career.
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.
National Trial Competition
Encourages and strengthens students’ advocacy skills through quality competition and valuable interaction with members of the bench and bar.
State Moot Court Competition
Open to all ABA-accredited law schools in Texas and held in connection with the State Bar Annual Meeting.
TYLA intends to award three scholarships (first place: $5,000; second place: $3,000; and third place: $1,500) to one or more law students from the ABA-accredited law schools or ABA-provisionally approved law schools in Texas. The recipient must be attending one of these Texas law schools.
The 2018 application is now available. Please click here.
For a list of the 2017 scholarship recipients, please click here.
Annual scholarship awarded to one second-year law student. The recipient will be selected from among the Texas law schools on a rotating basis and will be largely determined by dean recommendation, academic status, and financial need.
Membership in the State Bar of Texas Law Student Division includes many benefits, including scholarship opportunities.
The Florida Bar Young Lawyers Division and the Texas Young Lawyers Association sought advice from in-house counsel across various industries in Texas and Florida in order to provide our young lawyers with practical advice to improve and enhance client service.
There are many ways to make a public interest career affordable. This pamphlet provides a summary of strategies and resources that law students may use to make it possible to pursue a career in government or public interest law.