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TEXAS BAR COLLEGE

Posted by Texas Paralegal Division Blogger at blog@txpd.org on January 22, 2019

Established in 1981 by the Supreme Court of Texas, the College is the only organization of its kind in the United States and is dedicated to recognizing and encouraging lawyers and paralegals who maintain and enhance their professional skills and the quality of their service to the public by significant voluntary participation in legal education.

Join forces with the elite group of lawyers, paralegals and judges who lead our profession.

Create an opportunity to adjust your compensation as a paralegal, commensurate with your special status as a member of The College.

Paralegal membership in the Texas Bar College is $35 per year and benefits include:

  • a distinctive certificate suitable for display in your office and a portfolio with the Texas Bar College logo
  • unlimited free access to the Online Library of TexasBarCLE.com that includes thousands of CLE articles from State Bar courses, all keyword searchable and case-linked (regular price $295 annually)
  • newsletter sent three times a year
  • distinction of attaining a higher level of professional membership and use of the Texas Bar College logo on letterhead, business cards, websites and professional notices
  • qualify for discounts when attending TexasBarCLE live or video replay courses
  • Receive a discount on the registration fee for the College’s annual “Summer School Course,” presented by TexasBarCLE, which provides updates in all major areas of practice.
  • Paralegals are permitted to set up and present “Custom CLE” programs in your community sponsored by The College. These are anytime, anywhere video replays of Texas Bar CLE advanced courses and topical programs, with full written materials, at a 61% discount from the retail price. Membership information and benefits can be found at: http://texasbarcollege.com/MembershipParalegal.html

Paralegals need to complete 12 CLE hours per calendar year (including 2 ethics hours).  Two of the 12 hours, including 1 hour ethics, may be earned through non-accredited CLE and submitting the necessary information for each.

Membership information and benefits can be found at: http://texasbarcollege.com/MembershipParalegal.html

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