Why should I join TACA?
- Conferences and Continuing Education
TACA conducts an annual education conference in the Fall, which provides at least sixteen hours of continuing education and focuses on developments in the field and new technologies applied to the trial court environment.
- Professional Development
In conjunction with the Texas Center for the Judiciary, Inc., TACA provides faculty and program materials for the Professional Development and the Court Management Programs for Texas trial court coordinators, managers and administrators.
TACA also provides professional development scholarships to its members pursuing careers in the administration of justice.
The Association publishes the TACA Journal to keep the membership informed of recent developments in the field of court administration, changes in case law that may impact the administrative procedures of trial courts, and programs implemented by local courts.
Who can join TACA?
Anyone can join TACA. There are different levels of membership to suit each person!
How do I join?
All you have to do is download the membership brochure, complete the information and submit it with your preferred method of payment!
Can I attend the TACA Conferences if I am not a TACA Member?
TACA requires membership for attendance at its Annual Education Conferences; however, we make it easy for you - when you register for the conference, we automatically invoice you the conference fee plus one year's membership.