TYLA Projects

Protejase! Luche Contra el Fraude
Protejase! Luche Contra el Fraude

Desafortunadamente, los artistas de la estafa pueden intentar explotarlo de varias formas: quitándole su dinero sin ofrecerle nada a cambio, sacando ventaja de usted si no hace preguntas, o tratando de confundirlo con diferencias entre el Inglés y el Español. La Asociación de Abogados Jóvenes de Dallas se enorgullece en presentar este folleto para ayudarle a reconocer y evitar la estafa. Gracias a todos los involucrados en hacer de este proyecto un éxito, especialmente a la Fundación de la Barra de Texas por su generoso subsidio, a nuestra vocera nacional, Cristina Saralegui, y a nuestro vocero regional, el Representante Estatal de Texas, Rafael Anchia. Conozca sus derechos y visite www.lucheelfraude.com para mayor información. ¡Protéjase! Luche contra el fraude.

Just In Case
Just In Case

Strategies for successfully transitioning your law practice.

Criminal Law Toolkit
Criminal Law Toolkit
Interns Across Texas
Interns Across Texas
Educating Educators
Educating Educators
Driving Distracted
Driving Distracted

Recognizing the importance of safe driving practices, municipalities throughout Texas have passed ordinances emphasizing the importance of safe driving practices and often penalizing those who choose to drive distracted.  The TYLA JustDrive Campaign encourages teenagers and young adults to put their mobile devices down while driving and to avoid other distractions on the road!

Justice 101
Justice 101

Justice 101 was designed as a tool for attorneys to educate clients who are new to the litigation process. This 20-minute video explains the steps of the litigation process, from pleadings to trials to alternative dispute resolution. It also introduces important concepts such as the attorney-client privilege and the need for candor between lawyer and client.

March 1, 2016
Breaking the Silence
Breaking the Silence - A path to mental health

A Path to Mental Health

Topics include: Impact of Unemployment, Anxiety, Coping with Death, Mental Health/Disability, Bullying Trauma, Eating Disorders, First Responders, and more.