To serve as the national voice for the concerns and opinions of Hispanics in the community generally, and in the legal profession in particular. To work with other bar associations, governmental agencies and community groups to achieve greater involvement in and understanding of the American legal system by the national Hispanic community.
Hispanic Bar Association of the District of Columbia
The GHBA was founded by a group of lawyers in the Atlanta area interested in advancing the standing of Hispanic attorneys in the Georgia legal community. Additionally, the GHBA seeks to promote diversity in public and private legal organizations and departments, facilitate the continuing legal education of its members, foster the exchange of ideas and information between Hispanic lawyers, educate the Hispanic community on its legal rights and duties, and promote the recruitment and retention of Georgia Hispanic students in law schools.
The Hispanic Bar Association Is Committed To: EMPOWERING the Hispanic community by developing strong leadership through financial scholarships, mentorship programs, and public fora; PROVIDING Hispanic attorneys opportunities for professional and personal growth through the development of skills necessary to assume leadership roles; PROMOTING the recruitment, hiring, retention, and promotion of Hispanic attorneys in government, law firms, and corporations; ADDRESSING legal, educational, and legislative issues which impact the Hispanic community; and PROMOTING reform in the law and fairness in the treatment of Hispanics in the overall administration of justice.
With a membership that consists of hundreds of Hispanic attorneys (in private, corporate, government, and public interest positions), judges, law professors, and law students, we are truly the voice of New Jersey's Hispanic legal community.
The National Latino Officers Association (NLOA) is an acknowledged fraternal and advocacy organization. The mission of the National Latino Officers Association is to create a coordinated network of support without limitations or boundaries.
Our attorneys have over 35 years of experience immigration law.
The Colorado Hispanic Bar Association website! Since its formation in 1977, the CHBA has been advocate for Latino attorneys in Colorado and the Latino community as a whole. It was born out of a need of a then handful of Chicano attorneys to create an organization that would champion the causes of the Latino community in and out of the profession.
The Hispanic Bar Association of Orange County promotes education, unity, and excellence in the Hispanic legal community by expanding the business and professional opportunities available to its members, enhancing the membership business and professional stature in the Hispanic community, increasing the participation of Hispanic leaders in civic affairs and enhancing the quality of life for the members and the community.
The Latina/o Bar Association of Washington (LBAW) is an association of Latina/o legal professionals, Latina/o law students, and our friends who are committed to representing the goals of the Latino people of the State of Washington.
The Minnesota Hispanic Bar Association (MHBA) was founded in 1991 to organize Hispanic attorneys, judges, law students and other concerned members of the Hispanic community into a force for professional and community benefit. The MHBA mission is to unify and organize all members of the Hispanic legal community, to promote legal professionals, and to serve as an advocate for the Hispanic community in Minnesota. The MHBA strives to promote professional growth and opportunity for Latino law students and attorneys, to provide community service and to ensure access to justice for all.
The primary purposes of Los Abogados are to enhance the quality of legal services provided to the community;to educate the Hispanic community regarding its rights and remedies and the availability of legal services; to receive and administer funds for the promotion and advancement of the Hispanic legal profession within the State of Arizona; to aid in gathering, exchanging, and disseminating facts and information relating to the business methods within the Hispanic legal profession; and all with a view of promoting the business of the Hispanic legal profession within the State of Arizona.
The Mexican American Bar Association is one of the most prominent and largest Latino bar associations in the nation. We are a volunteer entity with our success resting on the commitment of members and supporters. Members include; attorneys, judges, elected officials, law school students and business people of many ethnic backgrounds.
The members of the Hispanic Issues Section of the State Bar of Texas (Section) are attorneys who live and work in every region of Texas. We are as diverse as the State in which we reside. The Section was formed initially as the Committee on the Concerns of the Spanish Speaking Community in 1979. A few years later, the Committee was reconstituted as a Section of the State Bar of Texas.
We are experienced attorneys with over 20 years experience,native Spanish Speakers and we have been working with the Hispanic Community for over 20 years.
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