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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
Providing a forum for the consideration of issues and resolutions of concern to the members of the legal profession
Promoting reform in the law and judicial procedure on behalf of the Hispanic community
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.
20th MHBA Anniversary Gala
The Maryland Hispanic Bar Association will host its 20th Anniversary Gala and Dinner on the evening of Thursday, September 26, 2013, at Martin’s Crosswinds in Greenbelt, Maryland. We are extremely proud to announce that The Honorable Ricardo M. Urbina (Retired Senior U.S. District Judge, United States District Court, District of Columbia) will deliver the keynote remarks.
National Hispanic American Heritage Month
Each year, Americans observe National Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15 to October 15, by celebrating the histories, cultures and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America.
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.
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.