Dues Statement Donation

Each year lawyers can support access to justice efforts by making a voluntary Access to Justice (ATJ) Contribution on their State Bar of Texas dues statement.

To make an on-line contribution:
Log on to your ‘MyBarPage’ at http://www.texasbar.com, using your bar number and PIN or password. 

To make a contribution by check:
Make payable to "State Bar of Texas ATJ Fund". Include your State Bar number and an indication that the payment is for the "ATJ Contribution".

Mail check to:
State Bar of Texas - ATJ Fund
PO Box 12487
Austin Texas, 78711

To learn more about the ATJ Contribution, see the Supreme Court’s letter on access to justice.

 

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