David Hall accepting the lifetime achievement award from the Texas Access to Justice Foundation at the 2018 veterans legal aid fundraising banquet in Austin.
A leader of the Asociacion de Residentes de North Lamar meets with residents in Austin. The association is supported by TRLA’s BASTA, which advocates for Austin renters fighting for decent, affordable housing.
TRLA’s D’Ann Johnson, who directs TRLA’s Texas CBAR, meets with Austin taxi drivers organizing ATX Coop Taxi.
Rev. Henry Williams, a leader of the Hillcrest Residents’ Association in Corpus Christi, which became a 501c3 with the help of TRLA’s CBAR.
Longtime TRLA attorney Israel Reyna receives the 2018 “Boots on the Ground Award” from the Texas Access to Justice Foundation.
TRLA attorneys and staff with members of LUPE (La Union del Pueblo Entero) celebrating a settlement that resulted in the 2018 distribution of FEMA aid to disaster survivors in the Rio Grande Valley.
Michelle Ochoa (left) and Jessica Canter, who lead TRLA's Bee County Public Defender office, receive the 2017 Texas Gideon Recognition from the Texas Indigent Defense Commission.
TRLA Executive Director Robert Doggett (left) with Jim Harrington, founder of the Texas Civil Rights Project, in front of a mural depicting heroes of justice. Harrington presented TRLA with the mural, which was originally created for TCRP, and now hangs in TRLA’s Austin office.
Bea Palacios, a family law paralegal who worked for 46 on behalf of survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault, is recognized for her extraordinary contribution during a September 2018 TRLA board meeting. Now retired, she worked with attorney Richard Loza (left) at the Bexar County Family Justice Center. In the photo on the right: TRLA Executive Director Robert Doggett.
Lawyers Katy Youker, Kelli Howard, Tracy Figueroa, Lakshmi Ramakrishnan, Mandi Matlock, and Nathaniel Norton, all of whom joined TRLA in 2002, attend TRLA’s Concan retreat in 2018.