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Austin Young Lawyers Association

For more than 50 years, the Austin Young Lawyers Association has served the Austin community and the legal profession through a variety of programs helping those in need.

Spotlight

AYLA Judicial Reception

The AYLA will hold its 19th Annual Evening with the Judiciary on Thursday, September 21 at the Four Seasons Hotel. This is an event that has proven to be an upscale and memorable experience that both young lawyers and judges look forward to attending every year.

If you are interested in sponsoring this event please contact Debbie@austinbar.org.

CLICK HERE for more information.


AYLA Project Spotlight: LawTube

photo-1424223022789-26fd8f34bba2Are you a lawyer new to the Austin area? Wish you had someone to let you know the ins and outs of the Austin practice? AYLA is proud to give you LawTube – a series of video guides to Civil, Criminal, and Appellate practice in Austin, Texas!

CLICK HERE to learn more about a specific topic.

About AYLA and its Foundation

 Austin Young Lawyers Association

The Austin Young Lawyers Association is a professional association dedicated to the promotion of justice through community service. Open to Austin attorneys under the age of 40 or licensed for three years or less, AYLA provides numerous opportunities for young attorneys to socialize, network with judges, and access free or discounted CLE. In addition, AYLA members develop, organize, and implement a variety of service programs, including Women’s Resource Fair, Holiday Baskets, Reentry Project, Reindeer Games, and Day of Service.

AYLA is governed by a 13-member board and maintains five committees with a total of 21 subcommittees. AYLA is affiliated with the Texas Young Lawyers Association and the Young Lawyer Division of the American Bar Association. 

The AYLA Foundation is the 501(c)(3) non-profit arm of AYLA, funding most of AYLA’s charitable projects. 

Learn more about AYLA projects ›

 

 

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