HBAA is an organization of Latino lawyers who volunteer their time and energy towards the betterment of the Hispanic Community in Central Texas.
The Hispanic Bar Association of Austin ("HBAA") is an organization of Latino lawyers who volunteer their time and energy towards the betterment of the Hispanic community in central Texas. Its membership includes attorneys practicing in Austin and the surrounding areas, judges, legislators, lobbyists, government officials, law professors, law students and non-lawyers who join as associate members. The HBAA's goal is to foster and encourage the involvement of Austin's Latino lawyers in the local community. Active members of the HBAA feel a duty as Latino leaders to be involved in the issues that face our community and to volunteer their time for the betterment of the Hispanic community in general. Please visit the web pages on each of the specific committees to see more details on our organizations involvement in the community. The HBAA is an affiliate of the Mexican-American Bar Association of Texas and the Hispanic National Bar Association. Monthly Meetings: The HBAA welcomes all members of the legal profession to join the HBAA and encourages the active involvement of all of its members in its committees. Monthly meetings are open to all members and are held at 12:00 noon on the second Friday of each month at the offices of the Austin Bar Association, located at 816 Congress Ave., Ste. 700. To foster and encourage the involvement and interest of the Hispanic-American legal professional community in civic, professional, social, educational, charitable, governmental, and non-partisan political issues with a goal toward the betterment and enhancement of all members of the organization and the Austin area Hispanic community.
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