Hispanic Lawyers Association

THBA seeks to promote the exchange of information and ideas related to the practice of law in order to enhance its members’ knowledge and skills. THBA also strives to provide resources and enhanced opportunities for the education of future attorneys of Hispanic origin or descent while promoting the improvement of Florida’s legal system. These efforts ultimately promote the organization’s important goals of improving the administration of justice and increasing the quantity and quality of the legal services rendered to members of the Hispanic community.
The purposes of the Wisconsin Hispanic Lawyers Association shall be to advance the professional development of its members, to advise on issues of interest to the Hispanic community on a local and national level, and to carry on such other purposes as set forth from time to time in its Articles of Incorporation and its By-laws.
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Wisconsin Hispanic Lawyers Association
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Broward County Hispanic Bar Association
The Broward County Hispanic Bar Association’s mission is to be a prominent voice to the Hispanic population, to expand diversity in the legal profession, and to provide financial assistance to deserving Hispanic law students. The BCHBA is an organization made up of lawyers, law students, business leaders and educators residing and/or working in Broward County. It was founded in 1989 as a forum for Hispanic lawyers to address issues of importance in our community. As the organization gained respect and recognition within the legal community, the rank and diversity of it’s membership increased accordingly. Many of the organization’s past presidents and members are also highly respected members of the Broward County Judiciary.
About Us
The Chicago-Kent’s Hispanic Latino Law Student Association (also known as HLLSA) was founded in 1987 by a group of Hispanic and Latino students with the goal of advancing members of the Latino and Hispanic community through the legal profession as well as offering support for Latino and Hispanic students at Chicago-Kent. Now, we are one of the largest ethnic organizations at Chicago-Kent, continuing with our original goals as well as educating students on the issues that greatly affect the Hispanic/Latino communities at large. We host many events and programs throughout the year, including: