Institute Attendee Information


The Institute will be held at the Hyatt Regency Hill Country Resort and Spa, 9800 Hyatt Resort Drive, San Antonio TX 78251. If you would like specific hotel information, please call the hotel at 210.647.1234.

Continuing Education Credit 

Attorneys – 15* hours MCLE credit (including 3 Ethics) 

Also approved for 14 hours in the area of Real Estate Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization
*includes 1 hour self-study paper.

Title Agents and Escrow Officers

General Escrow (TBD) (pending TDI approval)

Paralegals – 14 hours CLE credit

Allowed credit through the State Bar of Texas Paralegal Division (pending approval)

Real Estate Brokers – 9 hours MCE credit

This course is real estate-related and has been approved by the State Bar of Texas for MCLE participatory credit. TREC will award up to 9 hours of Elective credit to real estate licensees. For MCE credit, you must submit to TREC a course completion certificate and a credit request form, which will be available at the course.

Self Study Papers

  • REPTL Legislative Report,  John H. “Jack” Miller, III, Jack Miller Law PLLC
  • Property Statutes Not in the Property Code,  Richard Melamed, Attorney at Law, Bellaire
  • Recent Title Insurance and Escrow Cases National Survey, Jerel J. Hill, Jerel J. Hill Law Office


  • If you have time before or after the conference and would like to take advantage of the Hyatt's golf course, they have a special golf rate for attendees: 20 percent off 18 holes of golf plus complimentary rental clubs, based on availability. Call the pro shop at 210.520.4040 to make reservations in advance. A 20 percent discount is also available at the spa for attendees. 
  • Business casual attire is appropriate for the Institute. You will want to bring a sweater or jacket as meeting rooms are always cold. 
  • View the current list of Institute attendees
  • Bookmark the Institute mobile web page ( ) on your phone. This year, evaluations are available on the mobile site. Rate your presentations as they happen! (Note: the page is designed for optimum use on a mobile phone and may not appear correctly when viewed on a desktop or laptop.) 

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Interested in sponsoring Institute? Contact Linda Timmons.