State Bar of Texas Blog
9th Annual Texas Minority Attorney Program (TMAP) is here
The Texas Minority Attorney Program (TMAP) is a one-day live CLE seminar and networking event geared towards minority and women solo and small firm practitioners. Participants have the opportunity to learn more about the issues facing solo and small firms, discuss various client development strategies, and network with area judges and other legal professionals.
This year's topics include Advertising Your Practice: Do’s and Don’ts, Legal Research for Solo and Small Firm Practitioners, Avoiding a Grievance, and Judges Panel: A View From the Bench. The course benefits include a full day of CLE for only $75 (register by the deadline), lunch included, course materials provided on a convenient USB drive, the opportunity to gain valuable CLE and earn ethics credit, and the opportunity to learn how to enhance client services. The MCLE credit will be 6.75 Hours (2.75 Ethics) for San Antonio and 6.5 Hours (1.75 Ethics) for Houston.
TMAP will be held at Bright Shawl in San Antonio on April 1st and at South Texas College of Law's Garrett-Townes Auditorium in Houston on May 6th. For more information, to view the brochure, and to register for the seminar, please visit www.texasbar.com/tmap.