San Antonio, Texas – Renowned San Antonio family law attorney Jennifer Espronceda was recently accepted as a member to the prestigious Texas Bar College, an honorary society of lawyers and legal professionals chartered by the Supreme Court of Texas.
The Texas Bar College was built to recognize lawyers who go above and beyond in furthering their skills and professional knowledge. Members must complete at least double the required hours of continuing legal education every year to be eligible for admission.
“Education is of the utmost importance to me, and I’m honored to be a part of an organization that believes the same,” Espronceda said. “I can’t wait to take advantage of the College’s extensive legal library and network.”
Espronceda is an experienced San Antonio family law attorney, focusing largely on cases involving divorce and child support. She was born and raised in San Antonio and received her law degree from the University of Texas at Austin. She has also taught law at the Institute for Law and Public Affairs at the University of Texas at San Antonio.
“I want to help mold the minds of the next generation of lawyers,” Espronceda said. “I hope to instill in them the same passion for education that I have.”
According to the Texas Bar College, membership into its society is a prestigious and rare honor, recognizing attorneys with a significant dedication to education.
“The Texas Bar College is the only organization in the United States formed for the purpose of promoting and recognizing attorneys who pursue excellence through voluntary attendance of continuing legal education programs.”
The Texas Bar College was chartered by the Supreme Court of Texas in 1981. To learn more about the organization and its efforts, visit TexasBarCollege.com. To learn more about San Antonio family law attorney Jennifer Espronceda or her legal services, visit AlamoDivorceLawyer.com