Texas Advanced Paralegal Seminar
and Paralegal Division Annual Meeting
Three-Day Multi-Track CLE Seminar sponsored by the Paralegal Division, State Bar of Texas.
September 18-20, 2019
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Austin
6505 Interstate 35, Austin, TX 78752-4346
One-day registration price includes one day of CLE and seminar materials (socials and luncheon at additional price). As a one-day attendee, you can attend any session during the day you register to attend TAPS. Pick and choose the classes YOU want to attend.
REGISTER EARLY AND SAVE! Early registration deadline is August 6, 2019. Register via website online. Starting August 7th, there will be a $35.00 late registration fee. Online registration will end on September 9, 2019.
HOTEL RESERVATIONS: DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Austin, 6505 Interstate 35, Austin, TX 78752-4346. The reservation deadline is August 17, 2019. Hotel reservations must be booked and cancelled through the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Austin. Reserve your hotel room by calling 1-800-866-3126 and request group code TAP OR book online HERE.
Friday Luncheon Key Note Speaker
The Honorable Darlene Byrne
Honorable Darlene Byrne has served as presiding judge of the 126th Judicial District Court in Travis County since January 2001. Prior to her election in 2000, she practiced for thirteen years in the areas of employment, commercial and governmental entity litigation. She is a Commissioner on the Texas Children's Commission. She is a past President of the National Council for Juvenile and Family Court Judges and a past Judge of the Year of National CASA, Texas CASA and CASA of Travis County. She is the present recipient of The Voice award of Foster An-gels and a past recipient of the Seedling Foundation Fab Five Award. She is currently on the Judicial Council for National CASA, is an Advisory Council member for Tex-Protects, Partnerships for Children and the Seedling Foundation, is the Chair of the Texas Statewide Collaborative for Trauma Informed Care and on the Editorial Review Board for NCJFCJ's Juvenile and Family Court Journal. Judge Byrne is a member of the Travis County Juvenile Justice Board, the founding judge of the Travis County Family Drug Treatment Court and the Travis County Model Court of Children, Youth and Families. She has served on many boards and committees related to law and child welfare as well as community organizations.
Key Note Address: "Oh, The Ethical Places You Will Go! "For more information regarding TAPS 2019, visit the PD website.