Attorney Trey Wilson - RL Wilson Law

06 May 2009

R L Wilson, P.C. Law Firm is now a member of the TSCRA

R L Wilson, P.C. Law Firm and Trey Wilson are now proud Allied Members of the Texas and Southwestern Cattleraisers Association. The organization is a trade group that has long stood for one of Texas' most historic -- and important -- industries.

TSCRA was formed in 1877, when 40 Texas cattlemen joined together out of their common interest to end unbridled livestock theft. Today's association is a grass roots organization composed of cattle producers and operators of all sizes located primarily in Texas and Oklahoma.

TSCRA provides a strong, unified voice for producers and others concerned with legislation and regulation. Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association is made up of many different people and organizations from different backgrounds, ages, businesses and incomes.

TSCRA offers representation on legislative and regulatory issues by effective, articulate, volunteer leaders sensitive to the grass roots concerns of cattle producers. TSCRA leaders take on key policy- and decision-making roles with other national and state industry organizations. TSCRA monitors all of the issues and can act as a knowledgeable advocate for the cattle producer.

The association also offers support and assistance in the election of conservative, pro-agriculture policy makers. All of these efforts result in members receiving action reports and timely fact sheets on legislative and regulatory issues at the state and national levels.

The association between our San Antonio law firm and the TSCRA is a natural one. As an firm of attorneys dedicated to the protection of private property rights (especially water and land), and to the preservation of Texas' ranching heritage, R L Wilson, P.C. Law Firm has long admired the TSCRA's mission. Today we joined that mission, and look forward to becoming an active member of TSCRA.

Trey Wilson --Named By Scene in SA Magazine As One of San Antonio's Best Real Estate Litigation Attorneys -- September 2008 -- As voted on by peers