The United States of America boasts one of the finest legal systems in the world. For over 200 years, the country has provided a fair and just way in which discrepancies can be solved and justice can be served. Many international legal systems base the format of their legal system on that of the United States. When Hispanic legal professionals choose to practice law within the United States, they are able to access the American legal system with all of its benefits, and all of its responsibilities. However, Hispanic lawyers retain unique cultural practices and needs. The Hispanic National Bar Association is the answer for all Hispanic Americans who practice law.
The Hispanic National Bar Association is an incorporated, non-profit, national association representing the interests of over 25,000 Hispanic American attorneys, judges, law professors, and law students in the United States. The HNBA invites all Hispanic attorneys to become members and represents Puerto Rican, Cuban American, Mexican American, South and Central American attorneys, as well as any other within the profession who subscribe to the goals and philosophy of the Hispanic National Bar Association.
The association works effectively to maintain the high quality of the legal system in the United States from a perspective that best serves all Hispanic Americans. Public education programs, continuing legal education opportunities, and conferences are held to share the most recent information regarding law. The organization is known for its contribution to legal matters as well as its continued significance across the United States. Since it was founded in 1972, the Hispanic National Bar Association has been effective and essential in the United States. It is currently conveniently located in Washington D.C.