• 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

Resources Available on COVID-19

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The Maryland Lawyer Assistance Program

The Lawyer Assistance Program gave me a life worth living… once I understood it was truly a confidential group and that  I was able to be honest- that honesty put me on a road to recovery and gave me a life filled with love, happiness and joy– I chased those 3 emotions  in endless bottles; and instead  found them in LAP”   Anonymous

As the managing partner of a large  firm, the Lawyer Assistance Program helped me handle a very difficult situation.” Anonymous

The Maryland Lawyer Assistance Program has assisted thousands of Maryland Lawyers and  can provide assistance in any state you reside. The  Program  is completely confidential; therefore,  No  one will know if you have used the program, and you will not know if a colleague has used it either. 

We are  committed to providing  free, confidential assistance to lawyers, judges, and law school students by offering virtual or in-person assessment, referral, short-term counseling, and continued support.  If you are ever concerned about another lawyer you can make an anonymous  referral to The Lawyer Assistance Program. The Lawyer Assistance Program offers financial assistance for Mental Health and Substance Abuse treatment. 

For Toll-Free Confidential Help call  1-888-388-5459

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.