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LULAC / Hispanic Heritage of Odessa Recognizes TCRP

Cultural Heritage Cynthia Lucero of TCRP-Odessa (left) and Carol Uranga, President of LULAC Council 4960 The Texas Civil Rights Project was one of the community organizations recognized by LULAC/Hispanic Heritage of Odessa during an appreciation luncheon hosted by Medical Center Hospital. The appreciation award was presented as a token of sincere gratitude for the continued […]

TCRP Thanks 2012 Pro Bono Attorneys for Their Work

The numbers are in, and they are amazing — Texas lawyers contributed more than 4,200 hours to Texas Civil Rights Project clients in 2012, free of charge! Firms large and small — over 15 altogether — donated time and money to help represent poor and low income TCRP clients. Pro bono lawyers represented sexual assault […]

TCRP Director Honored by Austin Bar Association as One of 2013’s ‘Distinguished Lawyers’

40-Years of Work At its annual gala the Austin Bar Association recognized TCRP founder and Director Jim Harrington with one of its three “Distinguished Lawyer” awards for 2013. The recognition is given annually to lawyers who have practiced law at least 30 years. This is Jim’s 40th year as an attorney. Austin Bar Association 2003 […]

Open House and Dedication for South Texas – Photo Album

New Office

View Open House Photo Album Open House – South Texas Civil Rights Project (June 22, 2011) Invitation Look! It’s the new home for the South Texas Civil Rights Project! Come see it for yourself June 22! “Building Justice in the Valley – Construyendo la Justicia en el Valle” Celebrate with us in South Texas Civil […]

TCRP Dresses for National Day of Awareness

On April 27th, TCRP staff participated in SafePlace’s Denim Day. Staff was asked to wear denim to support survivors of sexual assault and to raise awareness of sexual assault misconceptions. Denim was chosen to honor a survivor of sexual assault in Italy, who, according to the Supreme Court of Appeals in Rome, must have helped […]