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The Texas Trial Lawyers Association was founded in 1949 with a simple mission to bring trial lawyers together in a joint effort to promote justice for Texas families. With members from every corner of the state and firms of every size, TTLA is the largest, most connected organization of plaintiff’s lawyers in Texas. Our membership is united by shared vision that everyone deserves access to our courts and no one is above accountability. Attorney Quentin Brogdon is the current President of TTLA.
Project Unity is a yearlong collaborative effort of programming and events hosted in partnership with segments of our community, including faith, business, civic, philanthropic, grassroots and government entities. These programs and events sponsor the TOGETHER WE series of events.
Co-founded by Attorney Robert D. Crain, TOGETHER WE CAN is an answer to the question many Americans are asking today, “How can I change America’s journey with racism?”. Together We Can provides individuals, corporations, and groups of all kinds the tools to educate, enable and empower a lifestyle of mindfulness and action against racism.
After several months of courageous conversations, this initiative, Together We Can (TWC) has taken shape. TWC offers a platform and plan for organizations, corporations and individuals of all races to be the change they want to see.
Dallas Volunteer Attorney Program (DVAP) is a nonprofit based out of Dallas, Texas. A joint program of the Dallas Bar Association and Legal Aid of NorthWest Texas, DVAP is an organization dedicated to increasing and enhancing pro bono legal services to the poor in Dallas through the recruitment, training, and support of volunteer attorneys. Crain Brogdon is an active contributor to DVAP’s Equal Access to Justice Campaign, an annual fundraising drive which connects with local lawyers, law firms, corporations, and the community to seek critical funds to support DVAP’s efforts to provide civil legal aid to low-income people in our community.
The Dallas Bar Association (DBA) was founded by 40 lawyers in 1873, during an era that witnessed remarkable growth in the city of Dallas. As stated in its first charter – signed in 1916 by 100 members – the purpose of “the Bar Association of Dallas” was “for support of a literary undertaking and maintenance of a library.” The Dallas Bar Association has since been dedicated to the continuing education of its members as well as public service programs and improvement of the administration of justice. For years, Association headquarters were housed in the offices of the then current presidents. In 1937, headquarters were established in a small space under the stairs of the Old Red Courthouse. Now, the Association boasts an even more incredible home thanks to the addition of The Pavilion, a dynamic new space for meetings, social events, and community gatherings. More than 11,000 members participate in this voluntary association. The DBA’s image in the community is one of respect and influence, holding an enviable reputation among metropolitan bar associations throughout the nation.
Crain Brogdon LLP is honored to support to the Dallas Hispanic Bar Association. Crain Brogdon, LLP and Perez Law Firm are supporting the 2022 Noche de Luz Gala presented by the Dallas Hispanic Bar Association in 2022.
The Dallas Asian American Bar Association (“DAABA”) is a 350+ member legal organization created for the benefit of Asian-American attorneys, law students, and other legal professionals located in the DFW metroplex. DAABA’s core purpose is to advocate for the interest of Asian American attorneys and promote the professional growth and good community standing of its members DAABA’s. DAABA is one of the fastest growing bar associations in the area. As of 2015, approximately 67% of the self-identified Asian American attorneys practicing in Dallas County were DAABA members.
Crain Brogdon, LLP is proud to support Highland Park High School. Scattered amongst our firm are three HPHS alums, as well as attorneys with children ranging from HPHS graduates to current HPHS students in the Class of 2038.
The HPHS Mission Statement reads: “The mission of Highland Park High School is to provide an environment which will enable students to develop and to continue the lifelong academic, cultural and physical aspects of learning in order to foster visionary individuals who strive toward excellence with a sense of global and technological awareness and who will go forth to serve the community and world as responsible citizens.” Even today, HPHS students continue to live out our school motto, “Enter to Learn, Go Forth to Serve.”
Crain Brogdon, LLP is proud to offer sponsorship to Boone Elementary School. Boone Elementary, has an unwavering commitment to excellence, cultivating minds, hearts and relationships as they empower students to reach their full potential as lifelong learners who enter to learn and go forth to serve.
Dallas Academy restores the promise of full academic enrichment to students with learning differences. Our staff establishes a meaningful connection with each student to overcome barriers to success. Dallas Academy offers students and parents the best of both worlds by providing an effective program and strategies to meet the special educational needs of bright students with learning differences while including the activities of a larger, more traditional school.
Of Counsel, Javier Perez Law took part in the 3rd annual back to school bash, led by Faith Restore. This organization is focused on providing access to resources for those experiencing hardship, and this yearly event helps to prepare school age children with the supplies they need to have a productive and fun school year.
Dallas Academy hosts the annual Dawg Run each November on campus and at White Rock Lake. Dallas Academy families and friends are invited to participate in this fun-filled, family event which includes a 1 mile fun run, pet costume contest, carnival games, and a bounce houses. All of the proceeds from the day will benefit the students of Dallas Academy through scholarships, student services, and increased campus technology.