Houston Young Lawyers Association

Houston Young Lawyers Association

Houston Young Lawyers Association

Overview
Date Founded

1989

Headquarters

700 Rusk Street,Houston, TX 77002-2750

Employees (Worldwide)

1

Company Description

Houston Young Lawyers Association ("HYLA") was founded in 1937, when Lewis W. Cutrer, Arthur P. Terrell and Roland Voight started the Houston Junior Bar Association, to give "the young lawyers an opportunity to better know one another and to informally exchange ideas regarding the profession." In 1939, the Houston Bar Association ("HBA"), headed by James S. Bracewell, asked the young lawyers to join its organization as the Junior Bar Section. Although the young lawyers were a section of the HBA, they had to have their own officers and committees.

Executives & Employees

Executive Director

Secretary

Board of Directors

Director at Houston Young Lawyers Association

Director at Houston Young Lawyers Association

Director at Houston Young Lawyers Association

Director at Houston Young Lawyers Association

Director at Houston Young Lawyers Association

Director at Houston Young Lawyers Association

Former Vice President & General Counsel at Torch Energy Advisors, Inc.

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Key Stats and Financials As of 2018
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Total Enterprise Value
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Revenue
$278K
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