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  • Maryland Hispanic Bar Association
    Preserving the highest standards of integrity, honor, and professional courtesy among Hispanic attorneys and attorneys with an interest in issues affecting the Hispanic community in Maryland
  • Our Mission
    Providing a forum for the consideration of issues and resolutions of concern to the members of the legal profession
  • Our Vision
    Promoting reform in the law and judicial procedure on behalf of the Hispanic community

Please join us at the 21st Annual MHBA Gala at Martin's Crosswinds, Thursday, September 18, 2014

The 21st Annual Maryland Hispanic Bar Association GALA will be held at Martin's Crosswinds in Greenbelt, Maryland. Get your tickets now by contacting our president, David M. Krum, at 301.928.8601 or davidkrum@gmail.com


Welcome to the Maryland Hispanic Bar Association

The Maryland Hispanic Bar Association is a non-profit professional organization that serves the public interest by cultivating the science of jurisprudence and, among other mandates, promoting reform in the law and judicial procedure on behalf of the Hispanic/Latino community; facilitating the administration of justice; and, providing a forum for the consideration of issues and resolutions of concern to the members of the legal profession.


WCL's 17th Annual Hispanic Law Conference

American University Washington College of Law hosts the Annual Hispanic Law Conference each spring as part of WCL’s Founders’ Celebration. This important event for the WCL Latino community brings together a unique mix of personalities devoted to the progress of Latinos/as in the U.S. and in the hemisphere.


Featured Items

  • MHBA is FOR Question 4

    The Board of Directors of the Maryland Hispanic Bar Association passed a unanimous resolution today in favor of Question 4 pertaining to In-State Tuition in next week's statewide referendum.
  • Background

    Question 4 pertains to the availability of in-state tuition rates for eligible Maryland high schoolers and veterans for community and four-year colleges, provided they can show attendance and graduation from a Maryland high school. While the law applies uniformly to all students regardless of their immigration status, the measure will certainly help undocumented Maryland families with children seeking higher education in the State, as well as veterans. The law provides that students qualifying for in-state tuition under this law, however, will not be counted as in-state students for purposes of counting enrollment.