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  • Thu, January 21, 2016 2:52 PM | Kenneth Krock (Administrator)

    Please join us this evening for our TABA Howdy Hours around the state!!! Check the events list for locations in your city. 

    Gig 'em. 

    Kenneth M. Krock '93


    Texas Aggie Bar Association

  • Wed, January 06, 2016 5:03 PM | Kenneth Krock (Administrator)

    Howdy TABA Members

    The Texas Aggie Bar Association plans to reschedule its normal January Howdy Hour from January 7, 2016 to January 14, 2016 for all cities. We are working on some new venues for some cities and need a few extra days to get those worked out. Please check the TABA website and look for emails in the next few days which will provide additional details. 

    Gig 'em

    Ken Krock '93  - President, Texas Aggie Bar Association


  • Wed, October 28, 2015 6:18 PM | Kenneth Krock (Administrator)

    Howdy, Aggies!

    The Texas Aggie Bar Association is now accepting applications for the 2016 TABA Scholarships.

    The TABA scholarships assist Aggie law students with law school expenses. Eligibility for this scholarship requires the applicant to meet the following criteria: The applicant must either (1) be a student or former student who has completed at least 40 undergraduate hours at Texas A&M University and intends to begin or otherwise will be in law school in the Fall of 2016, or (2) you have been accepted to Texas A&M University School of Law and will begin enrollment at or otherwise will be attending Texas A&M University School of Law in the Fall of 2016. 

    Additional conditions and eligibility requirements are included in the Scholarship Application available here: TABA Scholarship 2016 Application Form 

    Applications must be received no later than 4 p.m. (CST) on 1/14/2016 at the following e-mail

  • Mon, September 28, 2015 10:04 PM | Kenneth Krock (Administrator)

    Texas A&M Law Review Presents:

    Farm to Table: Agriculture Law in the Era of Sustainability

    Friday, October 30, 2015

    Texas A&M University School of Law Conference Center



    The Texas A&M Law Review is pleased to announce our fall 2015 symposium entitled:  Farm to Table:  Agriculture Law in the Era of Sustainability.  As Aggies are well aware, Texas A&M is committed to finding solutions to feed our world, protect our environment, improve our health, and grow the economy.  The Law Review and the Texas A&M School of Law are committed to this mission and the exploration of law and agriculture through this Symposium.

    The symposium will facilitate scholarly discussion regarding the current legal framework for agriculture and address specific questions such as whether that framework is equipped to handle emerging sustainability issues related to water, infrastructure, crop development, and livestock.  Our goal is to host a symposium that will result in proposals which ensure the current legal framework conforms with emerging sustainability trends in the broad area of agriculture law.  We are pleased that Dr. Mark Hussey of Texas A&M University and Professor James Chen of Michigan State University will be joining us as keynote speakers.  The symposium will feature panels focusing on critical legal issues facing farm and ranch land sustainability, the future of crop and food sustainability, and sustainable animal agriculture.

  • Mon, September 28, 2015 5:32 PM | Kenneth Krock (Administrator)

    Tailgate 2015 is sold out. Look forward to seeing everyone there and BTHO of Miss. St.

  • Fri, September 04, 2015 11:37 AM | Kenneth Krock (Administrator)
    There is New Job Posting in the Members' only Section

  • Tue, August 25, 2015 10:14 AM | Kenneth Krock (Administrator)

    There is a new job posting in the members section

  • Tue, July 21, 2015 3:11 PM | Kenneth Krock (Administrator)

    Money magazine released its 2015-2016 college rankings and ranked Texas A&M 20th on its list of Best Colleges in the nation. A&M was ranked sixth among public universities on the list and number one in Texas. A&M also earned the top spot on Money's list of Best Colleges You Can Actually Get Into. For the full article Money Magazine Article
  • Mon, June 08, 2015 3:47 PM | Kenneth Krock (Administrator)

    Debra Ibarra Mayfield, Texas A&M class of 1996, has been appointed by Governor Greg Abbott and unanimously confirmed by the Texas Senate as Judge of the 165th District Court of Harris County, Texas. 

    Judge Mayfield had been serving as the Judge of Harris County Civil Court At Law Number One since she was appointed by unanimous vote of the Commissioners' Court in 2011. She was twice elected in 2012 and 2014 to that bench. She also served as Administrative Judge over the Harris County courts in 2015.  

    Prior to her taking the bench, Judge Mayfield was a partner in a mid-sized defense firm where she had an active statewide trial and appellate practice. 

    She is the past president of the Mexican American Bar Association of Houston (MABAH) and has been awarded the distinction of a "Woman on the Move" by Texas Executive Women, the Amicus Award by MAHBAH, and the Public Service Award by South Texas College of Law.       

    For more information about Judge Mayfield, please visit 

  • Fri, May 08, 2015 5:29 PM | Kenneth Krock (Administrator)

    The Texas Aggie Bar Association is soliciting ideas for other programs, events, and benefits that TABA can offer to its members consistent with its charitable purposes.  TABA remains a charitable organization with the charitable goals of supporting through scholarship Aggies who are beginning law school as well as networking with fellow Aggie lawyers. TABA already hosts its Annual Tailgate;  Annual Social, Annual Conference, and Annual Banquet; Howdy Hours; and other networking functions throughout the year.  TABA also recognizes Aggie lawyers through its annual Aggie Lawyer of the Year award and supports Aggies entering law school with its annual scholarships.  Of course, we are an all volunteer organization with limited resources so we have to carefully consider the demand any potential program, event or benefit would have on our resources. Accordingly, not every idea can be implemented. Please send your ideas to Ken Krock, President, TABA at  TABA's Board will meet for a day long planning session in late June to consider your ideas. Gig 'em!!      

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