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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.
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A Message of Solidarity from the MHBA Board on Current Events
In SolidarityLike so many in our community and around the world, the Maryland Hispanic Bar Association* was deeply shocked and saddened once again by the death of George Floyd, a non-threatening, detained African American man while in police custody. The MHBA’s mission includes serving the public...
Message from Chief Judge Mary Ellen Barbera
Message from Chief Judge Mary Ellen BarberaStatement on Equal Justice under Law June 9, 2020 The protests of the last several weeks have coalesced into a truth that cannot be ignored: people of color are being denied their rightful equality. Frustration and grief have poured out in response to the...
The MHBA Congratulates Judge Carrión on her Appointment
MHBA Congratulates Judge Carrión on her Appointment as Administrative Judge of the Circuit Court for Baltimore CityThe Maryland Hispanic Bar Association is proud to congratulate Judge Audrey J.S. Carrión on her appointment to the position of Administrative Judge of the Circuit Court for Baltimore...