HNBA AFFILIATE & ASSOCIATE ORGANIZATIONS

HNBA AFFILIATE ORGANIZATIONS

HNBA Affiliates are local bar organizations and/or an affiliated associations that have been in existence for more than two years and have at least 10 individual members. A local bar organization and/or an affiliated association may apply to become an HNBA Affiliate Member and pay an annual $250.00 membership fee. If accepted, the organization, through its president or designate, will have one voting seat on the HNBA Board of Governors. Once a local bar organization becomes an HNBA Affiliate, the individual members of the organization may become HNBA members with full benefits.
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For additional information or inquiries, please contact the HNBA National Office at (202) 223-4777 or at elopeztello@hnba.com. To apply/renew your Affiliate Organization’s membership, please visit the members section of our website.
 

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2019-2020 HNBA Affiliate Organizations
(as of 1/22/20)

  1. Colorado Hispanic Bar Association
  2. Connecticut Hispanic Bar Association
  3. Delaware Hispanic Bar Association
  4. Dominican Bar Association
  5. Georgia Hispanic Bar Association
  6. Hispanic Bar Association of Austin (HBAA)
  7. Hispanic Bar Association of DC (HBADC)
  8. Hispanic Bar Association of Greater Kansas City
  9. Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey, Inc
  10. Hispanic Bar Association of Orange County
  11. Hispanic Bar Association of Pennsylvania
  12. Hispanic Bar Association of St. Louis
  13. Hispanic Lawyers Association of Illinois
  14. Hispanic Lawyers Association of Louisiana
  15. Las Vegas Latino Bar Association
  16. Los Abogados – Arizona Hispanic Bar Association
  17. Massachusetts Association of Hispanic Attorneys
  18. Mexican American Bar Association (MABA)
  19. Minnesota Hispanic Bar Association (MHBA)
  20. New Mexico Hispanic Bar Association
  21. Oregon Hispanic Bar Association
  22. Puerto Rican Bar Association Illinois
  23. Rhode Island Hispanic Bar Association
  24. Wisconsin Hispanic Lawyers Association

2019-2020 HNBA Associate Organizations – Non-Voting
(as of 12/12/19)

  1. Association of Latino Professionals of America Boston (ALPFA Boston)
  2. Baylor Law School Hispanic American Law Student Association 
  3. Boston College Latin American Law Students Association
  4. Boston University Latin American Law Students Association
  5. Capital Law Hispanic Law Student Association
  6. Caribe Communications and Publications, Inc.
  7. Chica Project
  8. Chicano/Latino Law Student Association (CLLSA) (ASU Law)
  9. Dallas Fort Worth Chapter of the Association of Latino Professionals for America (ALPFA DFW)
  10. El Mundo Boston
  11. El Paso Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
  12. Greater OKC Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
  13. Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce 
  14. La Voz, University of Las Vegas William S. Boyd School of Law
  15. La Alianza at Harvard Law School
  16. La Alianza at University of Hawaii – Manoa William S. Richardson School of Law
  17. Latin American Law Students Association Drexel University
  18. Latinos for Education (L4E)
  19. Latino Law Student Association University of Arizona
  20. Latino Policy Institute
  21. Latinx Law Students Association of Dickinson Law, Penn State 
  22. New England Law Latin American Law Students Association
  23. Northeast Ohio Hispanic Center for Economic Development
  24. Northeastern University School of Law Latin American Law Students Association
  25. Ohio Latino Affairs Commission 
  26. Prospanica Dallas Fort Worth Chapter
  27. Quinnipiac Latino/a Law Student Association
  28. Rhode Island Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
  29. Roger Williams University Latino Law Student Association
  30. Rutgers University Latin American Law Students Association
  31. Santa Clara University La Raza Law Student Association
  32. Southern Methodist University, Hispanic Law Students Association
  33. South Texas College of Law, Hispanic Law Students Association
  34. State Bar of Texas Hispanic Issues Section 
  35. Texas A&M School of Law, Hispanic Law Students Association
  36. The Delaware Barristers Association 
  37. The Latin American Law Students Association of Fordham 
  38. UMass Law Latino/a American Law Students Association
  39. University of Connecticut School of Law Latino Law Students Association
  40. University of Pittsburgh School of Law
  41. Vermont Law School Latino Law Student Association