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Designed for success.

Everything we do reinforces our mission: serving, promoting and protecting the Hispanic community in St. Louis. To learn more about the function of a particular committee within the Hispanic Bar Association of St. Louis, click on the corresponding links below.

Communications Committee:

Led by our Communications Chair, our Communications Committee promotes simple, effective dialogue within our organization and our community. For more information, browse our website and stay tuned for upcoming newsletters. Click here to find out more.

Membership and Social Committee:

As we continue to grow, our Membership and Social Committee handles membership recruitment, membership benefits, fundraising, networking, professional development and social activities.  Click here to find out more.

Public Policy Committee:

Our Public Policy Committee is a nonpartisan advocacy group for Hispanic lawyers and the Hispanic community. To promote HBAstl’s views, we monitor relevant legislation, provide legal analysis and advocate for governmental policy or judicial change. Click here to find out more.

Community Service Committee:

Community is at the heart of everything we do—so our Community Service Committee exists to enhance the Hispanic community’s legal participation, education and representation. Services include pro-bono legal services, service opportunities, scholarship programs and more. Click here to find out more.

Finance Committee:

To serve our community, HBAstl needs to remain financially sound. So every fiscal year, our Finance Committee prepares a draft budget, advises a proposed budget and provides a long-term strategic financial analysis. Click here to find out more.

hba 0016 Layer-8Our Mission

The mission of the HBAstl is to promote Hispanic involvement and participation in the legal profession, both in private and public service; to bring attention to issues facing Hispanics in our community and in the legal profession; and to advance equal protection for the Hispanic Community before the law.