How is the HNBA organized?
The HNBA is divided into nineteen regions and each region has a president that is elected by local members. Nationally, the organization is directed by a board of governors, which consists of executive officers – elected by the entire membership – and the regional presidents. In addition, numerous local Hispanic bar associations are affiliated with the HNBA, and those affiliates have voting representation on the board. For students, there is a law student division. That division offers a support environment that better enables students to meet the challenges of law school and beyond. To learn more about the HNBA Leadership, click on the Leadership section on the Home Page.