Welcome to the website of the Construction Law Section of the State Bar of Texas! Our Section has over 2,500 members consisting of legal professionals from public and private sectors involved in the practice of construction law. Our membership includes licensed attorneys as well as other interested parties within the construction industry.
The Member Directory on the Section’s website includes both Members and Associate Members, non-lawyers who have an interest in construction law -- owners, developers, engineers, architects, contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, insurers, sureties, and others who enjoy the benefits of membership within the Section. Anyone interested in construction law developments in Texas can join and be listed in the Section’s Directory. Of course, our website also includes the Section's Sponsors and Friends of the Section, who provide a host of services and products of interest to the Section's Members and others in the construction industry.
The Section strives to provide its Members and Associate Members with quality continuing legal education (CLE) and a forum to network with construction industry legal professionals at our CLE events. The Section is devoted to helping our Members and Associate Members stay abreast of the latest legal developments affecting the construction industry.
The Section holds its two-day Annual Conference each spring, featuring the hottest topics and leading construction law professionals. The Section's Basic Course in Texas Construction Law is held in the autumn for those new to the field, or who may just want a refresher on the basics of construction law.
If you're not currently a Section member, visit our Join the Section page to learn about the benefits and opportunities of membership.
If you have a question about the website, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (512) 451-6960.
Section members receive many membership benefits, including registration discounts and access to the Section’s Member Directory, as well as past papers and other resources from past conferences, and the Construction Law Journal, which is published semi-annually and features scholarly articles and updates on construction law by contributors knowledgeable on the latest cases and legal trends affecting the industry.
If you're not a Construction Law Section member, join today!