TTLA by Text
TTLA's newest member benefit!

TTLA by Text
Legislative Updates sent directly to your cell phone.


TTLA is pleased to announce our newest member benefit -  TTLA by Text. This exclusive new service will provide up-to-the-minute Legislative news directly to your cell phone. We'll let you know when important hearings or testimony are beginning, what's happening with bills of interest, and other important legislative information.


Texts sent to your cell phone will be related to legislative activities and actions only.  


You must opt-in to the service to receive TTLA by Text. (Requires login to Request your username/password here.)
Questions? Please contact Mona Fults.

Legislative War Chest 
Please Help Us Fight for You

Once again TTLA faces a wide array of attacks on fair access to the right to trial by jury.  Among the bills filed to date are HB 969 which would prohibit consideration of a defendant’s net worth in punitive damages deliberations and HB 820 which would prohibit recovery of non-economic damages in motor vehicle cases if the plaintiff is uninsured.

We need your commitment now. Today if possible. Please click here to donate to the Legislative War Chest. THANK YOU to those who have already contributed. You can access the list here.

Non-TTLA members can contribute too! Click here to create a guest account. Questions? Contact Alison Unger.

Thanks to an incredible partnership with the Dallas Trial Lawyers Association, any contribution made today will be matched by DTLA, doubling the strength of your support.  The match is in effect until we reach Dallas’s goal of $50,000, and we’re almost there…  Take advantage of this “power-up” and make your donation now.

Protect the The 7th Amendment - The Right to Trial by Jury

I consider [trial by jury] as the only anchor ever yet imagined by man, by which a government can be held to the principles of its Constitution. --Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Paine

The founders of our nation considered the right of trial by jury in civil cases an important bulwark against tyranny and corruption, a 'safeguard too precious to be left to the whim of the sovereign.' -- Chief Justice William Rehnquist, 1979