Article IV, Section 1(B)

(B)    Allied Attorney Members

    Any attorney possessing an active license to practice law in the state of Texas or any other jurisdiction within the United States, who is not on  probation or suspended from the practice of law, and who does not qualify for General Attorney Membership, but has clearly demonstrated support for the purposes of this Association, the right to trial by jury, the civil justice system and the right of individuals to contract for legal services on a contingent fee basis is eligible for membership in the Association.  Provided however, an employee of an executive branch agency of state or federal government shall not be eligible for membership in the Association.

    Such individuals shall continue to be Allied Attorney Members in good standing upon payment of periodic dues, and during continual adherence to (1) the objectives of this Association and (2) the qualifications set out for Allied Attorney Members.