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Welcome


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Welcome


The Hispanic Bar Association of Pennsylvania

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Who We Are...

The Hispanic Bar Association of Pennsylvania (HBAPA) is a professional organization composed of members of the Bar and law students of Hispanic ancestry as well as other interested persons. The HBAPA was founded to provide a forum for Hispanic and other lawyers who are interested in effecting change.

Our Mission

We our committed to the social, economic, professional, and educational advancement of Latino/Hispanic attorneys, law students, and community members. To that end, we work collaboratively with other specialty, county, state, and national bar associations to promote the administration of justice and the social, professional, and educational advancement of Latinos. 


About Us

Visit here to learn about our past, present, and plans for the future; as well as our Board of Directors.

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A Message From The President

Will Gonzalez, Esq.
HBAPA President


Upcoming Events

THE 25TH ANNUAL HBAPA-LEF DINNER

Details, Tickets, & Sponsorship information for the HBAPA Legal Education Fund 25th Annual Scholarship Dinner are now available!

The event is scheduled for October 23, 2014 @ The Ballroom at the Ben
834 Chestnut St , Philadelphia, PA 19107. 5:30pm - 9:00pm.

Tickets & Sponsorship opportunities are available at the link below.


 

EXPUNGEMENT CLINIC
Legal Clinic To Correct Your Criminal Record

CONSULTORIO JURÍDICO GRATUITO Eliminación De Antecedentes Penales

When/Cuando: Tuesday/Martes, October 28, 2014 - 4:30PM to 7:00PM Norris Square Presbyterian Church, 2140 N Hancock St Philadelphia PA 19122

Contact Ceiba for more information

Para mayor información comuníquese con Ceiba

215-634-7245 info@ceibaphiladelphia.org

The Hispanic Bar Association of Pennsylvania (HBA) is organizing an Expungement Clinic in the Latino community on Tuesday, 10/28/2014, and we need your help. The goal is to provide information to low-to-moderate income people about the Expungement Process, screen people for pro bono representation, and assign pro bono cases to volunteer attorneys. Clients whose income falls below 200% of the poverty line are eligible to have their court filing fees waived.

Lawyers who volunteer must agree to represent, on a pro-bono basis, at least one client. To train for the clinic, volunteer attorneys must complete a two-hour CLE course.

Attorneys can complete the two-hour training from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM on 10/14 at Pepper Hamilton LLP or on 10/21 at Philadelphia Legal Assistance.

** If you are interested in this pro bono opportunity or know of anyone who is interested in volunteering at the HBA Expungement Clinic please contact Will Gonzalez (will.gonzalez@ceibaphiladelphia.org) or call 215-634-7245.

 

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Legal Education Fund


Awarded to Law Students in Pennsylvania and the Delaware Valley through contributions, the mission of the HBALEF is to promote and sponsor the professional and educational development of talented Latino law students.

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Legal Education Fund


Awarded to Law Students in Pennsylvania and the Delaware Valley through contributions, the mission of the HBALEF is to promote and sponsor the professional and educational development of talented Latino law students.

The Legal Education Fund



The Hispanic Bar Association of Pennsylvania Legal Education Fund (“HBALEF”) is affiliated with the Hispanic Bar Association of Pennsylvnia (“HBAPA”), and supports the HBA’s educational mission. The mission of the HBALEF is to promote and sponsor the professional and educational development of talented Latino law students. The HBALEF awards scholarships to law students in Pennsylvania and the Delaware Valley through contributions, advertisements and ticket sales generated by its annual scholarship reception. At the HBALEF annual scholarship reception, we honor the scholarship recipients as well as recognize exemplary members of the Latino community for their contributions and commitment, community, and the administration of justice.

The HBALEF was created by members of the Hispanic Bar Association of Pennsylvania. It is a non-profit organization duly incorporated on March 4, 1988 under the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania exclusively for charitable and educational purposes. The HBALEF is a non-member, non-stock corporation which has been accorded tax-exempt status by the Internal Revenue Service under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.


Donations are Welcome

Support scholarships for hispanic law students via contribution to the Legal Education Fund! Your tax deductible donation will help promote and sponsor the professional and educational development of talented Latino law students.

Donate

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Membership


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Membership


Membership

The Hispanic Bar Association of Pennsylvania offers flexible membership rates to suit members of various levels of experience.


2014 Dues - Student Pricing
10.00
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Contact Us


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Contact Us

Email Address:

pahbanews@gmail.com

Mailing Address:

Hispanic Bar Association of Pennsylvania
P.O. Box 59106 | Philadelphia, PA 19102-9106 

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