Tarrant County Bar Association

The Tarrant County Bar Association has over 40 programs and committees that address the needs of lawyers in Tarrant County. Additionally, it has a number of programs that provide attorneys in the county opportunities to help the local community in general. These programs have won recognition and awards from the State Bar of Texas and community organizations time and time again.

The committees depend upon the active participation of the members of the Tarrant County Bar to be successful. Serving on a committee not only helps to keep Bar activities meaningful, but offers a great way to network with other attorneys in the area, and provides an opportunity for Tarrant County lawyers to become involved in their profession and community.

Member Benefits

The Tarrant County Bar Association has many programs that provide services to its members and will greatly assist and enhance your profession. Some of these member benefits include

Continuing Legal Education Custom CLE Law Pay - credit card service
Substantive Law Sections Networking Opportunities Lexis Nexis & Juris Fabrilis (IT service)
Judicial Bar Polls & Links Pictorial Directory Support Office Supply & Equipment Discounts
Lawyer Referral & Information Service Low Cost Classified Ads Printing, Copy & Litigation Services
Tarrant County Bar Bulletin Low Cost Mailing Labels ABA, Sprint, UPS, Fort Worth Zoo, Magic Shred, Expanco
Fee Arbitration Committee Staff Placement Meeting Space
   

The Tarrant County Bar Association has a full staff, ready to assist you with bar-related and other professional activities. If you need additional information about these or other programs of the Tarrant County Bar Association, please call 817-338-4092 and ask for Membership.

Community Service

THE TARRANT COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION HAS COMMUNITY SERVICE EVENTS AND PROGRAMS SERVING THE TARRANT COUNTY COMMUNITY, SUCH AS LEGALLINE, ANNUAL BLOOD DRIVE, ANNUAL FOOD DRIVE, TARRANT COUNTY VOLUNTEER ATTORNEY SERVICES, TEXAS LAWYERS FOR TEXAS VETERANS, PEOPLE'S LAW SCHOOL.  WATCH OUR WEBSITE, FACEBOOK PAGE OR TWITTER FEED FOR UPCOMING EVENTS.

 

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The Tarrant County Bar Association updates our Facebook page regularly,with upcoming events, special events and additional information on various projects in the community.  'Like' our page and get the latest information first about whats happening at the Tarrant County Bar Association

Member Sections

The Tarrant County Bar Association has many sectional groups that deal with specific topics and events associated with those who practice in the respective areas. Currently, we have sections for the following:

Alternative Dispute Resolution Corporate Counsel International & Immigration
Appellate Criminal Labor & Employment
Bankruptcy Energy Real Estate
Business Litigation Environmental Solo & Small Firm
Collabrative Law Fort Worth Business & Estate Tax & Estate Planning
Construction Law Intellectual Property Women Attorneys

Find more information about the different sections in the 'TCBA Section' area of the menu. Get involved and support your section today!

Committees

Events, Headlines & Socials

THE TARRANT COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION HAS NUMEROUS EVENTS & SOCIALS THROUGHOUT THE EACH YEAR. CHECK OUR HIGHLIGHTED EVENTS, OR SEE THE CALENDAR FOR A FULL LISTING OF ALL THE UPCOMING BAR EVENTS.

 WE ALSO HAVE A FACEBOOK FEED ACCESSED DIRECTLY FROM THE FRONT PAGE. SO YOU CAN VIEW OUR PAGE INFORMATION WITHOUT LEAVING OUR WEBSITE.  YOU CAN MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS DIRECTLY ON OUR WEBSITE BY CLICKING THE BUTTON ON EITHER THE UPCOMING EVENTS OR ON THE CALENDAR.

Honors and Awards

Tarrant County Bar Foundation

Tarrant County Bar Foundation Benefactors' Wall

 

The Tarrant County Bar Foundation is a charitable organization formed under the Tarrant County Bar Association. The Foundation was established in 1997 to support and expand its commitments to justice, service, and professionalism by funding important community service projects which provide crucial legal services to needy citizens and education of the public about their rights and responsibilities under the law.

The Tarrant County Bar Foundation has been granted a tax exemption under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. The voluntary, tax-deductible contributions by its members support the Foundation and its programs.

For Our Members

We would like to introduce you--as a member, a prospective member, or a part of the community of Tarrant County--to the Association.   Please review each tab above for complete information.   The elected officers and directors volunteer their time to maintain the Association, benefits, and community service.

 

 

For The Public

TCBA  has a full-time staff that is available to answer questions about the Association, membership and services.   However, for the community, there is NO licensed attorney on staff, and legal advice cannot be secured by contacting the Bar Association’s office.

Need a Lawyer?

Do you need an attorney? The TCBA offers a Lawyer Referral and Information Service (LRIS). You can complete the information on the form if you click the "Need a Lawyer" button at the top of this website, OR you can telephone 817-336-4101 from 8:30 to 4:30, weekdays. You will be given the name of an attorney who practices in the applicable area, and who is licensed and in good standing with the State Bar of Texas. 

Contact us today!!


 



 

  

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Tarrant County Volunteer Attorney Services (TVAS)

will be holding a

Pro Bono UNCONTESTED Divorce Clinic

A legal clinic for pre-qualified uncontested divorce cases for low-income applicants. We do not handle custody or child support modifications.  No walk-in clients will be accepted. For more information, please see the TVAS website here or call 817-546-4450.

 


 


 

(Both locations are at Campus Drive exit off I-20)

Call 817-546-4460 for veteran appointments