Welcome to the Highland Lakes Bar Association
The HLBA is comprised primarily of attorneys, judges, clerks and other legal system participants from Blanco, Burnet, Lampasas, Llano and San Saba counties although there are members (always welcome) from other counties.
HLBA meets ten times a year on the last Friday of the month for lunch. Details on the Member page.
Special notes from the prez:
This is a new membership year and dues for HLBA are $50 (Jan-Dec 2015). If you have not already joined and wish to do so please mail your check payable to “HLBA” to PO Box 1044, Burnet, TX 78611. Any questions? Contact Mark McCary, Treasurer.
Notice to the public about attorney information on this site
The Online Membership Directory on this site (MEMBERSHIP LISTING) provides basic information about Attorneys licensed to practice in Texas and who are members of the Highland Lakes Bar Association (HLBA). Attorney profile information is provided as a public service by the HLBA. The information contained herein is provided “as is” with no warranty of any kind, express or implied. Neither the HLBA, nor its Board of Directors may be held responsible for the accuracy of the data. Most of the information has been provided by the attorney. This site does not constitute a certified lawyer referral service.
The designation by an attorney of a practice area does not imply that the attorney is board certified in that area.
For more detailed information about an attorney, please see the State Bar of Texas website and click on the “Find a Lawyer” link.
Area training opportunities
Ad litem training in Kerrville – Registration form — Kerrville on Friday, March 27th at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Tucker Hall
Our speaker will be Jan Rehler and his program is titled “Texas Title Examination Standards – What are they and how they can help your practice.”
The Title Standards are found in the Title 2 Appendix of Volume 1 of the Texas Property Code. Jan is an assistant editor on the Title Standards Joint Editorial Board.
Cameron Vann attorney with the Texas Lawyer’s Assistance Program. 1 hour ethics.
Speakers: Glen Van Slyke and Jimmy Jones Assistant County Attorneys in the Public Law Practice Group of Harris County
Topic: “Death, Dying and Departure”
Details: Mr. Van Slyke and Mr. Jones will discuss the law as it applies to death investigations, including evidentiary issues about forensic pathology, toxicology and anthropology. They will address in general the law pertaining to the disposition of the deceased and the priority of rights among survivors as to interment, as well as the statutes regarding body donations, interment, cremation and regulating cemeteries – including the protection of historic cemeteries and prehistoric burials.
CLE: 1 hour [1. for dues paying members]