HNBA Annual Convention 2014

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HBA-DC is proud to partner with the Hispanic National Bar Association for the annual HNBA Convention in Washington D.C. this 2014. It should take place sometime in September 10 to 13 this year.

They plan to celebrate the 39th Annual Convention at the Renaissance Hotel in Downtown DC. Hundreds of attorneys, judges and law students are expected to gather during this event. It should be an enjoyable and valuable three-day program that will feature Continuing Legal Education panels with top legal experts, national policy makers and leaders, etc.

This should be the nation’s largest Hispanic Career Fair with exhibits from prominent firms, companies and government agencies. This should be a fun, social activity that offers the best of DC. The theme for this year’s Annual Convention is “Unidos in Washington: Our Struggle, Our Progress”.


 Advocacy of HBA-DC

The focuses of the organization are the issues impacting the Hispanic community in Washington D.C. and across the nation. They send letters to policy makers and some of them are regarding the specific issues below:

  • Letter to Congress regarding comprehensive immigration reform
  • Letter to Senator Cardin regarding Immigrant Stories in Support of Comprehensive Immigration Reform
  • Letter to Senator Kaine regarding his 2013 Speech in Support of Comprehensive Immigration Reform
  • Hispanic Bar Association of the District of Columbia Resolution in Support of Voter Protections
  • Letter to Congress regarding comprehensive immigration reform
  • And many more…



The organization plays an active role in advancing members of the Washington DC legal community by endorsing candidates for important legal positions. Good examples of these ‘positions’ are bench and bar leadership positions. Interested parties for such endorsements are encouraged to contact the Endorsement Committee co-chair, Mr. Sergio Oehninger at


Membership Benefits

HBA-DC gives importance to inputs regarding the improvement of the membership experience. The organization strongly encourages its members to share their thoughts on the membership benefits that they think will be helpful. The benefits list that HBA-DC offers include:

  • Subscription to HBA-DC’s weekly newsletter
  • Access to HBA-DC’s Job Board posts
  • Optional inclusion in the group’s Spanish Speaking Attorney Directory
  • A discounted price for attendance at HBA-DC’s annual Equal Justice Awards reception
  • The opportunity to participate in the organization’s various committees
  • Mentorship opportunities for law students and young attorneys
  • Invitation to our networking events
  • Invitation to our professional development workshops
  • Information concerning  pro bono opportunities, many directed to assisting the Hispanic community
  • Special $50 discounted rate to join the Hispanic National Bar Association, a savings of $25-$100 depending on HNBA member status
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