18th Annual Conference of the Texas Aggie Bar Association
March 3-4, 2017
College Station, Texas
Friday Night Dinner/Social
The conference events begin with an optional Friday Night Dinner/Social on March 3, 2017, at the Chicken Oil Co. in Bryan. Please join us for good bull and good company and a chance to network in an informal setting with many of your fellow Aggie lawyers from around the state and the nation. Cost is $20 per attendee for food and drinks. The Friday Night Dinner/Social is available to current members of TABA and their guests.
Saturday CLE Program - The conference will conduct its annual CLE program on March 4, 2017, in Ballroom D at the Memorial Student Center with a host of exciting speakers on a wide range of interesting topics. A schedule is provided on the Conference Schedule page. The CLE Program will include breakfast, CLE program, CLE materials, lunch and the TABA business meeting. TABA is in the process of obtaining accreditation for the CLE program but anticipates the CLE Program will be accredited for at least 6 hours of CLE credit including at least 1.75 hours of Ethics credit. The CLE Program is available only to current members of TABA.
Kyle Field Tour - TABA has again arranged with the 12th Man Foundation and the University to provide a tour of Kyle Field, with a weekend special tour Saturday afternoon after our conference and before the Reception /Banquet, for a reduced cost of $15 per person. You may register with the Conference or the Optional Events page. Participants will leave the MSC immediately following the end of the CLE and will be finished in about 1 hour, plenty of time to get ready for the evening banquet and reception.
Saturday Night Reception/Banquet - The conference will conclude with a reception and banquet where the Texas Aggie Bar Association will present its TABA Distinguished Lawyer award as well as its annual scholarships to selected Texas A&M students who will be entering or attending law school in the Fall 2017. The Saturday Night Reception/Banquet is available to current members of TABA and their guests.