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2018 Annual Convention

Thank You for Joining the HNBA for its 43rd Annual Convention!

The theme of this year’s convention was: “The Breakthrough Convention!”

There’s no denying that this has been a breakthrough year for the HNBA. By every measurable metric, the HNBA has shattered all previous records and this year’s Annual Convention was no different as Hispanic attorneys and allies from across the country joined us in Philadelphia and found their “breakthrough moment.”

The Annual Convention attracts attorneys, judges, and law students from across the country, including public officials, business leaders, and General Counsels from many Fortune 100 and other corporations. Attendees take part in an engaging and comprehensive program that includes Continuing Legal Education (CLE Panels) on cutting edge topics with leading practitioners, national policy makers, and experts from across the country; networking events and workshops; the largest Hispanic Career Fair in the country, featuring exhibitors from prominent law firms, corporations, and government agencies; and a variety of social activities showcasing the best of what Philadelphia has to offer.     


View the full 2018 HNBA Annual Convention Journal!


Take a sneak peek at our agenda!


CNN Chief White House Correspondent Jim Acosta

Jim Acosta is CNN’s Chief White House Correspondent, currently covering the Trump administration and previously covered the Obama administration from the White House and around the world. He regularly covers presidential press conferences, visits by heads of states, and issues impacting the Executive Branch of the federal government. In addition, Acosta reported from the 2016 campaign trail following then-candidate Donald Trump. Read More.

Gala Attire Announcement:

This year’s Annual Convention dress code is Black Tie or Cultural Attire. So bring your guayaberas, chamantos, polleras, bahiana or quince dresses!

The 2018 HNBA Annual Convention is a joint enterprise
with the HNBA VIA Fund.