Tag Archives: San Antonio Bar Association

Join us today through May 7 for Well-Being Week in Law

Become a well-being champion by participating in Well-Being Week in Law starting today through May 7! Here’s your chance to join others across the legal profession in doing activities that promote health and happiness. Check out the list of activities and webinars to participate in here. Each day of Well-Being Week in Law focuses on … Continue Reading

St. Mary’s University to host 27th annual People’s Law School online for Law Day

St. Mary’s University will host its first virtual People’s Law School via Zoom at 9 a.m. on May 1. On Law Day, St. Mary’s University School of Law’s Pro Bono Program and the San Antonio Bar Foundation will offer a variety of presentations on topics from tenants’ rights to immigration law. Speakers will focus on … Continue Reading

2021 Elections: Watch ‘A Minute with the Candidates’ Now

“A Minute with the Candidates” Video Series  Voting in the 2021 elections for State Bar of Texas president-elect and open district director positions starts tomorrow, April 1, and ends at 5 p.m. CDT on April 30. To help you get to know the president-elect candidates better, we’ve produced a four-part video series, “A Minute with the Candidates,” featuring short interviews … Continue Reading

2021 Elections: A Minute with the President-elect Candidates, Part 3

Learn more about the State Bar of Texas 2021 president-elect candidates—Sara Dysart, of San Antonio, and Laura Gibson, of Houston—through our four-part video series, “A Minute with the Candidates.” In today’s third video of the series, the candidates answer the question: “What do you do to recharge your batteries so that you can serve your … Continue Reading

2021 Elections: A Minute with the President-elect Candidates, Part 2

Get to know your State Bar of Texas 2021 president-elect candidates, Sara Dysart, of San Antonio, and Laura Gibson, of Houston, through our four-part video series, “A Minute with the Candidates.” In today’s second video of the series, the candidates discuss what was most challenging, whether personally or professionally, during the pandemic for them. The … Continue Reading

San Antonio Bar Foundation launches Bexar Outreach Project-Phase II

The San Antonio Bar Foundation launched Bexar Outreach Project-Phase II with a $15,000 grant from the Texas Bar Foundation. Phase II of the project will expand information accessibility by presenting pertinent legal information in various formats including livestream, prerecorded video, transcripts and closed caption; building distribution on social media and other online communities; and sharing … Continue Reading

San Antonio Bar launches San Antonio Legal Services Association

The San Antonio Bar Association has launched the San Antonio Legal Services Association, or SALSA, making its Community Justice Program an independent organization. With the COVID-19 pandemic causing spikes in unemployment and housing crises across the state, SALSA has created virtual training and remote legal assistance opportunities to assist tenants with obtaining relief and to … Continue Reading

TLAP to present Remote Well-Being Wednesdays in April

The Texas Lawyers’ Assistance Program’s “Remote Well-Being Wednesdays: A Coronavirus Series” will take place weekly through April 15, offering attorneys a resource for tending to their well-being during the COVID-19 pandemic. The programs will take place from noon to 1 p.m. CDT via Zoom on the following dates. April 1 “Being at Home Boot Camp”—TLAP … Continue Reading

25 elected to San Antonio Bar Foundation Fellows Program

The San Antonio Bar Foundation Fellows Program was established in 1985 to “serve as patrons of the charitable heart of the legal community,” the SABF said in a press release. Fellows are members of the San Antonio Bar Association who are in good standing with the State Bar of Texas. Each year, the foundation’s Fellows … Continue Reading

James Woo joins State Bar board

San Antonio attorney James C. Woo has joined the State Bar of Texas Board of Directors as an at-large director. The board approved Woo’s appointment on January 26 at its quarterly meeting in San Antonio. His term was effective immediately and expires in June 2020. Woo is a shareholder at the firm of Davidson Troilo … Continue Reading

SABA launches Project RISE with $7,000 Texas Bar Foundation grant

The San Antonio Bar Association and San Antonio Bar Foundation launched Project RISE: Rebranding, Innovation, Success & Experience, an initiative to streamline communications and improving the customer experience. Project RISE is a multi-year strategy set in phases, with the first funded in part by a $7,000 grant from the Texas Bar Foundation. During this phase, … Continue Reading

San Antonio Bar Association rallies pro bono volunteers to assist Sutherland Springs victims

In a message to members, San Antonio Bar Association President Beth Watkins said the need for legal services for those affected by the recent mass shooting at the Sutherland Springs First Baptist Church will likely exceed what the legal community in that area can provide. The San Antonio Bar Association predicts there will be a need … Continue Reading

Free legal advice clinics for Harvey evacuees 9/1 in San Antonio

Editor’s note: The San Antonio Bar Association issued the following news release Thursday. SAN ANTONIO, TX — The Community Justice Program and the San Antonio Young Lawyers Association are offering pro bono legal advice clinics for evacuees and those impacted by Hurricane Harvey. There is no RSVP or pre-registration required, and walk-ins are welcome.… Continue Reading

San Antonio Bar Association names new executive director

The San Antonio Bar Association has named June Morse Moynihan as its new executive director, the organization announced Tuesday. Moynihan, who was serving as assistant executive director, has worked for the bar association for more than two years, previously serving as membership director and director of the San Antonio Bar Foundation. “It’s an exciting change … Continue Reading
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