San Antonio Talons game - 3/15/14
It will be the first game of the season, and they will be playing the LA KISS. Tickets will be $25 for SAYLA members and $27 for non-members, and we will be in the Coors Light Lounge which is on the field (Y’all should all come. It will be a lot of fun). For more information, or to get YOUR TICKET, go here.
March Monthly Luncheon - 3/18/2014
"TRCP 169: New Rules for Expedited Trials" Pres. by Justice Gina Benavides, CLE# 901285164 (1 hour)
SABA Mentor/Mentee Program - Tips on Appealing to the Fourth Court - 3/24/14
Speakers: Justice Marialyn Barnard & Appellate Practitioner Kimberly Keller. ROOM 204, PAUL ELIZONDO TOWER at noon. Justice Barnard and Ms. Keller will discuss techniques on error preservation, types of appellate remedies, recommendations for oral argument, and current trends amongst the appellate courts. The presentation will also address appellate practice before the Fourth Court of Appeals for both criminal and civil practitioners. To RSVP, please e-mail email@example.com
Mega Networking Mixer - 4/3/14
SAYLA is participating in the Mega Networking Mixer hosted by LOOP. This event combines several other groups in town (Witte Society, SAYLA, YPE, etc.), and gives people from other organizations the chance to meet with other young professionals in the area. We were a host last year, and 89 SAYLA members showed up. Expect food, drinks, and a GREAT networking opportunity. go HERE for details, or RSVP HERE:
Lunch: High Noon Shotgun Start: 1:30pm
For more information click HERE
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The San Antonio Young Lawyers Association, better known as SAYLA, was formed in 1948 (unofficially) and 1950 (officially) as the San Antonio Junior Bar Association, an entity of the San Antonio Bar Association. In 1974, the members of the Junior Bar officially formed the corporate structure that is now SAYLA. (See more about the early history on the About SAYLA page.) SAYLA continues the great traditions formed by the Junior Bar by providing opportunities and avenues for young and newly licensed attorneys to network with other attorneys and non-attorneys, socialize, learn and earn CLE credits, give back to the community, and enjoy their chosen profession. We hope that this website is helpful to you. Please use the menu at the top to navigate the site, learn more about SAYLA, become a member, renew your membership, find out about upcoming events, and more.