Texas Student Loan Repayment Assistance Program

The Texas Student Loan Repayment Assistance Program (Texas SLRAP) was created by the Texas Access to Justice Commission in 2003 to assist attorneys who choose to pursue legal aid careers in Texas. The Texas SLRAP is funded by the State Bar of Texas and the Texas Access to Justice Foundation.

Low legal aid salaries coupled with high student loan debt make it difficult or impossible to have a career in legal aid. The Texas SLRAP is a critical part of alleviating this burden and increasing access to justice for low-income individuals.

Texas Student Loan Repayment Assistance Program Application Process, 2022-23


If you have questions, please contact Gina Richardson or Lisa Melton.

2022-23 SLRAP Important Dates


Application Memo 2022-23

 Program Guidelines

Frequently Asked Questions

List of Eligible Employers

Online application

 

Helping Lawyers Who Help Low-income Texans

TAJF has administered loan repayment assistance to all eligible applicants since 2008 with the support of funds provided by the State Bar of Texas. Annually, the Texas SLRAP supports over 150 lawyers to have careers in civil legal aid.

Donate to the Texas Student Loan Repayment Assistance Program.

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