Su Comunidad™


As the National Voice of the Hispanic Legal Community and the Hispanic community in general, the HNBA’s reach expands well beyond its attorney members, and into the communities where we live and serve. Through various community outreach and educational programs, as well as nonpartisan advocacy efforts*, we encourage Hispanic legal professionals, friends, and partners to get involved in these important efforts that impact millions of Hispanic individuals around the country. We invite you to be part of the solution.  If you have questions or want to join HNBA’s advocacy efforts, email the HNBA VP of External Affairs at




Without a doubt, U.S. Hispanic individuals are a significant cultural and economic force. Our contributions are integral to the country’s development and economic health. Yet even as we grow in influence and power, we too often neglect to protect ourselves and our families. Taking care of family is part of who we are as Hispanic individuals, but are we maximizing our resources in a way that allows us to take of our loved ones that are living while also providing a cushion for tomorrow? If something happened to us, would our loved ones find themselves without income? What can we do to safeguard our futures and the futures of those who are most important to us?

In partnership with Prudential, Su Dinero™ program participants now have access to a variety of educational materials and financial tools to achieve overall financial wellness for themselves, their families, and even future generations. This important two-prong program features an online tool that allows program participants to access digital financial wellness content as well as in-person financial education seminars. The seminars are being offered in selected cities across the country and during the HNBA Corporate Counsel Conference and Annual Convention. The curriculum focuses on key financial concepts such as budgeting, debt management, protection of assets, tax implications of investment decisions, preparing for retirement and creating a financial legacy for your loved ones. Part of the Su Comunidad™ pillar of programs and initiatives, this program is another way to provide education and strategies intended to promote the economic empowerment of our members and communities.

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The HNBA throughout its history has advocated on issues of monumental importance impacting our legal professionals and the Hispanic community as a whole.  Throughout the year, the HNBA works closely with its members and partners to effectuate change and progress on issues relating to immigration reform, voting rights, diversity in the judiciary and executive office, criminal justice reform, LGBTQ rights, equal pay, legal representation of immigrants and children, Puerto Rico, Cuba,  judicial security and privacy, access to health care, and other critical issues.  Once a year in May, the HNBA also comes together in the Nation’s Capital with its Board of Governors, members and partners to meet with members of congress, Cabinet members, Federal agencies, and Executive Branch officials to advocate on many of these issues and push for change and realize the HNBA’s vision.  We encourage your participation as one of our advocates during this important engagement of our fundamental civic rights.

If you wish to join the HNBA advocacy efforts or if you have any questions, please email HNBA VP of External Affairs at


La Promesa en el Derecho (The Promise in the Law) is a community outreach and education initiative designed to instill confidence and trust in the U.S. legal system.  This bilingual booklet provides explanations at the 9th grade reading level of ten basic features of the American system of government: (1) The Constitution of the United States; (2) Separation of Powers; (3) The President of the United States; (4) The Congress of the United States; (5) The Supreme Court of the United States; (6) The Courts; (7) The Jury Process; (8) Basics Rights in a Criminal Proceeding; (9) The Freedom to Engage in Civic Activities; and (10) Voting. For an interesting look into the workings of the legal system through the eyes of one little girl: Victoria Goes to Court! Download the booklet HERE.




For over 25 years, CBAC has advocated on issues of mutual interests to the various constituents represented by its four member bar associations: the Hispanic National Bar Association (HNBA), National Bar Association (NBA), National Asian Pacific American Bar Association (NAPABA), and National Native American Bar Association (NNABA). In addition to their joint advocacy work and efforts on joint resolutions, CBAC also conducts an annual meeting in Washington, D.C. The annual meeting  includes advocacy before members of Congress, senior White House officials, and other Cabinet members.

View CBAC’s 2022 resolutions here.




The Hispanic National Bar Association is a member of the NHLA, which is composed of 45 of the leading national and regional Hispanic civil rights and public policy organizations and other elected officials, and prominent Hispanic Americans. Established in 1991 as a nonpartisan association, NHLA’s mission calls for unity among Hispanic individuals around the country to provide the Hispanic community with greater visibility and a clearer, stronger influence in our country’s affairs.