In print since 1938, the Texas Bar Journal serves as a publication of record for the Supreme Court of Texas, a scholarly legal journal, and the association magazine for the State Bar of Texas.Find out more
The State Bar of Texas strives to help journalists produce work that educates the public about the legal system and the rule of law. Materials are sent to media outlets around the state.Find out more
The Annual Report provides an overview of the State Bar’s programs and services—not only through numbers but also stories about the work of the bar and life in the legal profession.Find out more
Thanks to an alliance with William S. Hein and Co., State Bar members have free access to a complete archive of the Texas Bar Journal.Find out more
Texas Bar Today curates Texas law blogs and provides readers with practical, engaging, and oftentimes humorous content.
Tips, resources, and inspiration for your practice. Each month the Texas Bar Journal focuses on the solo/small firm practitioner.
TexasBarBooks publishes practice manuals, books, and legal forms to help lawyers and judges better serve the public with professional, accurate, and timely information.
The State Bar of Texas YouTube channel showcases interviews with experts on legal trends, discussions from panelists and speakers at Annual Meeting, and public service announcements from legal professionals.
The Volunteer and Staff Guide provides useful State Bar materials, including contact information for bar staff and the board of directors, a master calendar, committee and section data, a list of Texas courts and law schools, and news pertaining to the Texas Young Lawyers Association.
Find out how the latest trends, newest apps, and developing technology will affect your practice. Each month the Texas Bar Journal features a column focused on the intersection of technology and the law.
The State Bar of Texas distributes newsletters to keep its members, volunteers, and the public informed about its programs and services.
State Bar-related events are often featured in the news around the state. The State Bar of Texas strives to help journalists produce work that educates the public about the legal system and the rule of law.
A new Texas Lawyers' Assistance Program video shares the personal stories of attorneys who have overcome struggles with addiction and depression.