Connecticut Hispanic Bar Association


The Connecticut Hispanic Bar Association (CHBA) is an independent, non-partisan professional membership organization founded in 1993. The CHBA works to strengthen the Hispanic legal community, to enhance the visibility of Hispanic lawyers throughout the state; to facilitate communication, sharing of information and resources among members; to serve as mentors to new attorneys and law students; to assist the public and private sectors in achieving diversity in their law firms and legal departments; and, to advance equality and justice.  In addition, the CHBA addresses policy issues impacting the Hispanic community, such as the treatment of racial and ethnic minorities, access to the courts, judicial diversity, and other social challenges.
CHBA members -which include attorneys, state and federal judges, paralegals, law office administrators, and law students – have a tremendous breadth and depth of experience, and a commitment to their communities through pro bono work and other service activities.
For more information on the CHBA, please visit its website at
Contact information:
Connecticut Hispanic Bar Association, Inc.
P.O. Box 230869
Hartford, Connecticut 06123-0869
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