HNBA

AcronymDefinition
HNBAHispanic National Bar Association (since 1972; McLean, Virginia)
HNBAHouston Northwest Bar Association (est. 1985; Texas)
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I am delighted that HNBA has selected Hasan for this prestigious award, said Timothy Harris, executive vice president and general counsel at Prudential.
Together with the HNBA, we hope to provide prospective and current Latino small business owners with pro bono access to information to help serve this fast-growing population.
Teresita Chavez Pedrosa, President of the HNBA South Florida Chapter, chaired the event.
Appointed by HNBA President Robert Maldonado and the HNBA Board of Governors, Mr.
As the head of the HNBA, he oversees the interests of more than 100,000 attorneys, judges and law students around the country.
Hernandez now works to implement programming through the HNBA, in order to teach young students that a legal career is available to anyone willing to put in the effort.
Why he made the list: Last year, he was named president-elect of the HNBA, a national organization whose membership comprises about 100,000 judges, lawyers and other legal professionals.