How do I become a TADC member?
In order to become a member of the Texas Association of Defense Counsel, an attorney must be in good standing with the State Bar of Texas, devote a substantial amount of their professional time to the handling of litigated cases and whose representation in such cases is primarily other than plaintiffs in personal injury cases, and not be a member of any plaintiff or claimant oriented association, group or firm.
- Annual Trial Academy
- Active Legislative Program. The TADC legislative program is an effective voice for presenting TADC views to the legislature
- Extensive Expert Witness Index & Deposition Library
- Spring and Fall Membership Meetings with CLE Seminars, Winter and Summer CLE Seminars.
- Professional Newsletters in fields of practice important to our membership (Appellate Law, Commercial Litigation, Construction Liability, Defamation/Invasion of Privacy, Employment Law, Energy Law, Environmental Law, Environmental/Toxic Tort, Ethics and Professionalism, Evidence, Healthcare Law, Insurance Coverage, Intellectual Property, Practice and Procedure, Professional Liability – Non Medical, Products Liability)
- General Membership MagazineE-mail updates with important information (including hot-button legislative issues)
- Active Young Lawyers Committee
- Free use of the TADC office’s conference rooms for meeting and depositions. Click here to view our office information and amenities.