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  • 22 Dec 2023 2:59 PM | Jacqueline Peña (Administrator)

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  December 22, 2023

    The Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey (HBA-NJ) congratulates long-time members the Honorable Raquel Vallejo and Wendy Reek, and former Hudson County Assistant Prosecutor, Leonardo A. Hernandez, on their confirmations as judges of the New Jersey Superior Court.  The HBA-NJ also congratulates the Honorable Yolanda C. Rodriguez, J.S.C., and the Honorable Lisa Miralles Walsh, A.J.S.C. on their receipt of tenure.  Notably, Judge Miralles Walsh is the first Latina to serve as Assignment Judge in Union County.

    Judge Vallejo is a former trustee of the HBA-NJ, having served on the board for over 9 years in the roles of Union County Trustee and Trustee-at-Large. She has extensive experience litigating complex and contested matrimonial and family law issues. She dedicated much of her practice to advocacy for victims and the wrongfully accused. Judge Vallejo is certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Matrimonial Attorney, an achievement held by only 0.5% of attorneys in the State. While appearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee, Judge Vallejo praise her 90-year-old mother in attendance at the hearing, remarking: “I was raised by a single mother who taught me the value of education, hard work, perseverance, and determination. Thanks to her sacrifices, I’m living proof that the American dream is attainable.” She will serve in the Superior Court of New Jersey for Union County.

    Ms. Wendy Reek is a skilled trial attorney, having tried more than 70 jury trials to verdict. She is certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a civil trial attorney, a distinction held by less than 2% of attorneys in New Jersey. Ms. Reek was honored last month by the Middlesex County Trial Lawyers Association as the 2023 recipient of the Herman L. Breitkopf Award. She will serve in the Superior Court of New Jersey for Somerset County.

    Mr. Leonardo A. Hernandez was an Assistant Prosecutor with the Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office. At the Hudson Prosecutor’s Office, he oversaw homicide investigations and prosecuted complex and high-profile criminal cases. He will serve in the Superior Court of New Jersey for Essex County.

    HBA-NJ President, Jacqueline Peña stated: “The Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey commends Governor Murphy and his administration for their commitment to increasing the diversity of our great State’s bench. The HBA-NJ is proud to have endorsed Judges Vallejo, Reek, and Hernandez for judgeships. They are all respected members of the Bar, who undoubtedly will continue their dedication to excellence as members of the judiciary. We implore the Governor to continue to work with the HBA-NJ to identify Latino judicial candidates so that our judiciary can reflect the diversity of our communities.” 

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    About The Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey

    Founded in 1980, the HBA-NJ is a 501(c)(6) nonprofit association that is comprised of attorneys, judges, law professors, law students, and other professionals who share a common interest in addressing the issues affecting Hispanics within the legal community.

    The purpose of the Association is to serve the public interest: (i) by cultivating the art and science of jurisprudence, (ii) by advancing the standing of the legal profession, and (iii) by preserving high standards of integrity, honor, and professional courtesy among Hispanic lawyers. 

    Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey
    P.O. Box 25562, Newark, NJ 07101

    For press inquiries, please contact: Jacqueline S. Peña, Esq., HBA-NJ President, at Jacqueline.Pena@bowmanandbrooke.com, and Press Secretaries, Janett Smyth, Esq. at JSmyth@hoaglandlongo.com and Maria Marrero, Esq. at M.Marrero22@gmail.com

    For more information about the Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey, please visit our website at: www.njhba.org.


  • 30 Nov 2023 4:30 PM | Jacqueline Peña (Administrator)

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  November 30, 2023.

    The Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey (HBA-NJ) would like to extend our sincere sympathies for thlives lost and continued violence in Israel and Palestine, and the traumatizing impact on our loved ones, families, and community, at home and abroad. We condemn the terrorist attacks carried out by Hamas and stand in solidarity with the innocent people of Israel and Palestine. As a diverse and inclusive organization, we stand with the rights of Jewish and Muslim Americans and condemn all acts of hate speech and violence. During this difficult time leading into the holidays, we are grateful for the support expressed by fellow affinity bars and ask others to join in standing up against antisemitism and Islamophobia.

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    About The Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey

    Founded in 1980, the HBA-NJ is a 501(c)(6) nonprofit association that is comprised of attorneys, judges, law professors, law students, and other professionals who share a common interest in addressing the issues affecting Hispanics within the legal community.

    The purpose of the Association is to serve the public interest: (i) by cultivating the art and science of jurisprudence, (ii) by advancing the standing of the legal profession, and (iii) by preserving high standards of integrity, honor, and professional courtesy among Hispanic lawyers.

    Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey
    P.O. Box 25562, Newark, NJ 07101

    For press inquiries, please contact: Jacqueline S. Peña, Esq., HBA-NJ President, at Jacqueline.Pena@bowmanandbrooke.com, and Press Secretaries, Janett Smyth, Esq. at jsmyth@hoaglandlongo.com and Maria Marrero, Esq. at m.marrero22@gmail.com

    For more information about the Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey, please visit our website at: www.njhba.org.

  • 14 Nov 2023 3:33 PM | Jacqueline Peña (Administrator)

    THE HISPANIC BAR ASSOCIATION OF NEW JERSEY CELEBRATES THE INSTALLATION OF JACQUELINE PEÑA AS ITS 44TH PRESIDENT AND THE SWEARING IN OF ITS 2023-2024 OFFICERS AND TRUSTEES 

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  November 14, 2023.

    On November 1, 2023, the Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey (“HBA-NJ”) held its 44th Annual Installation and Swearing-In Ceremony of its Officers and Trustees at the Crystal Plaza in Livingston, New Jersey.  Longtime member of the HBA-NJ and Past President, Anna María Tejada, a partner at Saul Ewing LLP, served as the mistress of ceremonies at the sold-out ceremony, which had 350+ guests in attendance, including, but not limited to, judges, lawyers, and students from numerous counties throughout the State.

    The Honorable Michael Noriega, Associate Justice of the New Jersey Supreme Court, and longtime supporter of the HBA-NJ, swore in the Officers and Trustees. The Officers and Trustees were especially honored to be sworn in by Justice Noriega, currently, the only Hispanic Justice on the Court. The Honorable Jaclyn V. Medina, Judge of the Superior Court for Bergen County, and former executive board member of the HBA-NJ, swore in Jacqueline S. Peña as the 44th President of the HBA-NJ.  Peña, an associate at Bowman and Brooke LLP and first generation American, kicked off her inaugural remarks as President of the HBA-NJ by introducing the 2023-2024 theme, “Pa’lante: Progress Through Purpose.” Pa’lante, a Spanish contraction of para adelante, means “straight ahead” or “forward.” President Peña encouraged attendees to remember theirs and the HBA-NJ’s purpose as they move forward as members of the Hispanic legal community.  She explained that the key to furthering the HBA-NJ’s purpose, which includes diversity and inclusion within the legal community and the community at-large, was education and mentorship, and challenged listeners to honor their responsibility to “ensure that our current members and the next generation of Latino lawyers have the knowledge and support they need to succeed.” Peña noted that, despite having graduated from high school as valedictorian, she felt underprepared for the rigors of the much larger setting that was her college experience. Peña remarked that she met that challenge with a determination to succeed and moved forward with the support of her family, community, and mentors, many of whom she met through the HBA-NJ. In speaking of the plans for her tenure, President Peña announced the anticipated expansion of the American Dream Pipeline Program, a program started by the HBA-NJ in 2013 to mentor high school students in urban areas. Peña also announced the launch of a new pipeline program designed to help members achieve in-house counsel roles, equity partnership, and “rainmaker” status. “By empowering our members and future lawyers with information,” Peña asserted, “we can pave the way for progress through purpose.”

    Albertina “Abby” Webb, Immediate Past President of the HBA-NJ and a partner at Hill Wallack LLP, closed her tenure as President of the HBA-NJ by giving an impassioned and inspiring speech highlighting the HBA-NJ’s dedication to the Hispanic community of New Jersey, and urging the attendees to “lift as you climb.” Webb also underscored the HBA-NJ’s accomplishments during her term as president, including the continuation of the Nuts & Bolts program with the New Jersey Women’s Lawyers Association, the alliances made with fellow affinity bars, the seminars presented to boost awareness of domestic violence, and the organization’s newly attained CLE accreditation status.  Webb also presented this year’s Corazón Del HBA-NJ Award to Arianna Mouré, Membership Secretary of the HBA-NJ and Counsel at Scarinci Hollenbeck, for her unwavering service to the affinity bar.  Also of special note was the call to continued service and collaboration made during the speech of Daniel Mateo, National President of the Hispanic National Bar Association, Past President of the HBA-NJ (2011-2012), and a partner at Holland & Knight LLP. Mateo highlighted that, of the past presidents of the Hispanic National Bar Association, three (himself included) have hailed from New Jersey.  

    The HBA-NJ thanks its sponsors and Installation attendees for their generosity and continued support. Notably, the HBA-NJ extends its gratitude to Lowenstein Sandler LLP for its Underwriter Annual and Diamond Installation sponsorship; Archer & Greiner P.C. for its Benefactor Annual and Gold Installation sponsorship, Esquire Process Servicing, LLC for its Amigo Annual and Diamond Installation sponsorship, as well as to Reed Smith LLP for its Amigo Annual and Platinum Installation sponsorship, and to our Amigo Annual and Gold Installation Sponsors: Bowman and Brooke LLP, Riker Danzig LLP, Bederson LLP, Stark & Stark, P.C., Baker Hostetler LLP, and Hudson Court Reporting; our Gold Installation sponsors: Weiner Law Group, LLP and Gibbons P.C.; our Silver Installation sponsors: O’Toole Scrivo LLC, Bendit Weinstock, P.A., Pashman Stein Walder Hayden P.C., the Law Offices of Cesar Martin Estela, Greenberg Traurig, LLP, Constangy, Brooks, Smith & Prophete, LLP, Johnson & Johnson, Holland & Knight LLP, and Columbia Bank; and our Annual Primo and Bronze Installation Sponsor: the Plata Law Group LLC.

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    About The Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey

    Founded in 1980, the HBA-NJ is a 501(c)(6) nonprofit association that is comprised of attorneys, judges, law professors, law students, and other professionals who share a common interest in addressing the issues affecting Hispanics within the legal community. 

    The purpose of the Association is to serve the public interest: (i) by cultivating the art and science of jurisprudence, (ii) by advancing the standing of the legal profession, and (iii) by preserving high standards of integrity, honor, and professional courtesy among Hispanic lawyers.

    Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey
    P.O. Box 25562, Newark, NJ 07101

    For press inquiries, please contact: Jacqueline S. Peña, Esq., HBA-NJ President, at Jacqueline.Pena@bowmanandbrooke.com, and Press Secretaries, Janett Smyth at jsmyth@hoaglandlongo.com and Maria Marrero at m.marrero22@gmail.com

    For more information about the Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey, please visit our website at: www.njhba.org.


  • 15 Sep 2023 12:27 PM | Cristal Lambert (Administrator)

    The ROI -NJ, a widely-renowned online media company created to inform and connect businesses in New Jersey, has released its annual  ROI Influencers: People of Color list  recognizing  people of color in New Jersey who have made a significant impact in the business, academia, nonprofit and governmental sectors. The Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey (“HBA-NJ”) is proud to celebrate the selection of the following past presidents and members as ROI Influencers: People of Color 2023:

    Past President Anna Maria Tejada is a Partner at Saul Ewing in Newark where she practices labor and employment law. In addition to her long list of accolades, this is her second time making the ROI Influencers: People of Color list.

    Past President Reynold Lambert is a Partner at Lowenstein Sandler where he practices business and class action litigation. Reynold has previously made the ROI Influencers: People of Color list and has been recognized by the New Jersey Law Journal as a Diverse Attorney of the Year.  

    Andrés Acebo is the President of New Jersey City University, where he has led the school out of financial difficulties toward a bright future with an emphasis on educating underserved first-generation students.

    Guillermo C. Artiles is a Partner and the Chair of the Government Affairs Practice group at McCarter & English.  Most recently, Guillermo served as Associate Counsel to New Jersey Governor Philip D. Murphy.

    Stephanie A. Brown is the Associate Director of Government Affairs at Wonder, an upscale food delivery startup. Stephanie also currently serves as Chair of the New Jersey State Ethics Commission.

    Abby Webb, President of the Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey, commented, “The inclusion of five HBA-NJ members on the ROI Influencers: People of Color list shows that our membership has influence, is making an impact, and that our hard work is being recognized. I congratulate these deserving leaders and I look forward to seeing more of our members make the list next year!”

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    About The Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey

    Founded in 1980, the HBA-NJ is a 501(c)(6) nonprofit association that is comprised of attorneys, judges, law professors, law students, and other professionals who share a common interest in addressing the issues affecting Hispanics within the legal community.

    The purpose of the Association is to serve the public interest: (i) by cultivating the art and science of jurisprudence, (ii) by advancing the standing of the legal profession, and (iii) by preserving high standards of integrity, honor, and professional courtesy among Hispanic lawyers.

    Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey

    P.O. Box 25562, Newark, NJ 07101

    For more information about the Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey, please visit our website at: www.njhba.org or contact Albertina Webb, Esq., HBA-NJ President, at awebb@hillwallack.com. 

    ©2023 Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey.


  • 05 Jul 2023 1:54 PM | Arianna Mouré (Administrator)

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  July 5, 2023.

    The Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey (HBA-NJ) denounces the decision by the United States Supreme Court to strike down affirmative action programs at public and private colleges throughout the country. This decision is deeply concerning and represents a major setback in efforts to remedy the nation’s long history of discrimination against racial and ethnic minorities. The Court’s decision ultimately rejected and ignored 45-years of precedent and the notion that colleges have a sufficiently compelling interest in creating a racially diverse student body.

    The Court’s majority states that the interests articulated by the colleges, such as training future leaders, acquiring new knowledge based on diverse outlooks, promoting a robust marketplace of ideas, and preparing engaged and productive citizens, are vague and not sufficiently coherent concepts to justify an affirmative action program.

    The HBA-NJ firmly believes that these interests are clear, legitimate, and vital justifications for affirmative action programs. The HBA-NJ also believes that the removal of affirmative action programs threatens the diversity of our law schools and adversely impacts representation in the legal community. We urge colleges, as well as state and local governments across the nation, to take proactive measures to promote diversity in education. This decision will undoubtedly have a detrimental impact on underrepresented racial and ethnic minorities, further limiting their access to higher education and the career opportunities that follow.

    The Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey pledges to monitor the impact of this decision and to continue to support diversity, equity and inclusion policies in higher education and the legal profession. Together, we must strive for a society that recognizes and embraces the value of diversity.

    Albertina Webb, President of the HBA-NJ, said, “The HBA-NJ will not stop fighting for equity and equality in the legal field. We will continue to support and promote institutions and individuals who fight with us in the quest for promoting and increasing diversity in the legal field. As Justice Sotomayor correctly stated, “[i]gnoring race will not equalize a society that is racially unequal. What was true in the 1860s, and again in 1954, is true today: Equality requires acknowledgment of inequality.”  

  • 13 Jun 2023 8:29 PM | Arianna Mouré (Administrator)

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  June 13, 2023

    The Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey (“HBA-NJ”) is ecstatic to congratulate longtime member Victor Afanador as he is installed as the President of the Association of the Federal Bar of New Jersey, 2023-2024.

    Victor was born and raised in the great City of Newark, NJ, in an under privileged socio-economic environment.  Fortunately, he had the firm family foundation that guided him through his educational development. As such, he truly understands and appreciates the struggles of growing up in an inner city with little financial means. He uses his professional journey as a platform for his community services by giving back to the greater Newark Community and its law schools by serving as a mentor and committing his time and energy to local educational advancement organizations.

    A 2003 graduate of the Leadership Newark Fellowship Program, Victor has served on the board of directors of African Globe Theatreworks (a professional theater company based in Newark, New Jersey), and serves as a member of the board for Aspira, a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to developing the educational and leadership capacity of Latino youth.  Throughout the years, he has remained actively involved with the HBA-NJ, attending meetings and signature events, as well as mentoring board members and students alike.  A well-respected attorney, Victor makes the HBA-NJ proud of his participation and contributions to his professional career and how well he manages his work-family balance. He is liked by everyone who meets him and is well liked and respected by Judges, colleagues and contemporaries.

    Albertina Webb, President of the HBA-NJ, said, “Victor always puts a smile on my face when I see him.  He has respected the mission of the HBA-NJ for years and I know he will continue to serve the Federal Bar well as its President.  I look forward to seeing him continue to shine in this position and hope that the HBA-NJ can participate in programs with the AFBNJ during his presidency and beyond.  On behalf of the HBA-NJ, we wish Victor much success in this new endeavor.”


  • 07 Jun 2023 9:08 AM | Arianna Mouré (Administrator)

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  June 7, 2023

    The Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey (“HBA-NJ”) is pleased to congratulate longtime member and former trustee, Ricardo Solano Jr. on his return to Gibbons P.C. (Gibbons) as co-chair of its newly formed White Collar and Investigations Group. This will be Mr. Solano’s third stint at Gibbons. He began his legal career at Gibbons as an associate in the Criminal Defense practice and later returned as a Director in that practice. This time he will help launch, lead, and build the White Collar & Investigations Group.

    Mr. Solano will co-chair the practice with longtime Gibbons attorney Lawrence S. Lustberg, another well-respected and senior criminal defense attorneys in New Jersey and beyond and a nationally recognized authority in constitutional and criminal law and procedure, who has been responsible for many seminal federal and state court decisions in a broad range of cases.

    Mr. Solano is a former Assistant U.S. Attorney and First Assistant Attorney General of New Jersey. He clerked for the Honorable Maryanne Trump Barry of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit and the Honorable Deborah T. Poritz of the New Jersey Supreme Court. More recently, he was a partner at Friedman Kaplan Seiler Adelman & Robbins LLP, with a focus on white collar crime. Mr. Solano later joined The Straus Group, a private investment family firm in Fort Lee, and CareOne as its Executive Vice President and Chief Legal Officer. Mr. Solano grew up in Paterson and currently resides in Bernardsville. He earned a B.A. from New York University and a J.D. from Seton Hall University School of Law. Mr. Solano is currently President of the Association of the Federal Bar of New Jersey and is a supporting member of the HBA-NJ and a former trustee for the organization.

    Albertina Webb, President of the HBA-NJ, commented, “Ricardo has served the Hispanic community and the legal profession throughout his career.  He is well respected and regarded in the legal community.  He has been a loyal HBA-NJ member and supported our mission and events with his attendance and participation.  I am proud to see him take on the new role in his career.  It seems a natural step in his career trajectory and Gibbons is very lucky to have him.   We wish Ricardo success in his new position.”
  • 30 May 2023 8:23 PM | Albertina Webb

    The members of the Hispanic Bar Association join the hundreds of attorneys, judges and professionals that mourn the loss of the Hon. Lisa Thornton, Monmouth County's Assignment Judge, who died suddenly this past Saturday.  A well respected and hard working Judge, Lisa was everyone's friend, mentor and confidante.  Her unexpected death should remind everyone that life is precious, take time to care for yourself and hug your loved ones.  A caring jurist, she took her job seriously, worked hard and laughed often.  Her laughter was infectious.  Her death is a real loss for everyone whose life she touched, if even for a moment.  May she rest in peace.

    David Wildstein on Twitter: "Incredibly sad and sudden news: Monmouth County Assignment Judge Lisa Thornton has died at 59. https://t.co/rD39pQJn7Z" / Twitter


  • 16 May 2023 3:15 PM | Jacqueline Peña (Administrator)

    The Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey (HBA-NJ) congratulates its member and supporter, Michael Noriega, Esq., on his nomination to sit as an Associate Justice on the New Jersey Supreme Court. This is an important nomination. Although Latinos represent the largest minority population in this State, no Latino sits on the Court today and no Latina has ever sat on the Court.  Once confirmed, Michael will bring much needed Latino representation to one of our State’s most important and respected institutions. 

    Michael is extraordinarily qualified to be an Associate Justice and we expect him to proudly promote and serve justice for all New Jerseyans.  As part of his practice, Michael represents core members of New Jersey’s underrepresented communities, including immigrants fighting for their right to stay in this country.  He previously worked as a public defender.  He has devoted his career to ensuring that everyone has a voice, irrespective of their race, color, religion, or socioeconomic status.  And we are confident that, if confirmed, he will bring that same ideology to the Court and advance the HBA-NJ’s mission of a more inclusive and diverse legal system. 

    About Michael’s nomination, President of the Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey, Albertina Webb, remarked: “The HBA-NJ is very proud of Michael and knows he will represent our community with honor and distinction.  He sat on our public policy committee for many years, where he helped us navigate important issues that our community faced.  His appointment will ensure that the New Jersey Supreme Court will have Justices who are not only qualified, but also representative of the communities they serve. Although we are thrilled about Michael’s appointment, we strongly believe that the New Jersey Supreme Court should also have a qualified Latina sitting on it. Michael’s appointment is a step in the right direction, and we look forward to his speedy confirmation by the Senate.”


  • 03 Feb 2023 2:51 PM | Arianna Mouré (Administrator)

    THE HISPANIC BAR ASSOCIATION OF NEW JERSEY CONGRATULATES ANDRÉS ACEBO ON HIS GROUNDBREAKING APPOINTMENT AS INTERIM PRESIDENT OF NEW JERSEY CITY UNIVERSITY (NJCU)

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: February 3, 2023

    Andrés is the second Hispanic to hold this esteemed position and is the youngest known president to lead a public university in the State of New Jersey. Born and raised in Hudson County, Andrés has dedicated both his professional and personal life to service. Currently, he is a member of the HBA-NJ; the Deputy Regional President of the Hispanic National Bar Association (HNBA); has served on the judicial vetting team for the HNBA and Alliance for Latinx Leadership and Policy (ALLP); and is the Vice Chair of the Board of Directors of the Cuban American Alliance for Leadership and Education (CAALE).

    As a recognized leader in the educational, legal and Hispanic communities, Andrés has received numerous awards including being recognized as a “40 under 40 Latinos in the NYC Region”, New Jersey Super Lawyer Rising Star, A Top Latino Lawyer in the U.S. as well as receiving a Good Scout award. Andrés is actively involved in civic engagements and non-profit activities to promote diversity, inclusion, and equity. Prior to this appointment at NJCU, Andrés represented government entities, institutions of higher learning and public school districts. He received his law degree from Rutgers Law School and obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree from Brown University. After graduating law school, Andrés clerked at the Appellate Division for the Honorable Jonathan N. Harris, J.A.D.

    When reached for comment, President Webb stated, “We are so proud of Andrés and his accomplishments. We are happy for all of his success and will continue to watch his growth, personally and professionally. His commitment to our Hispanic community is a testament to his belief in diversity and inclusion.”

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    About The Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey

    Founded in 1980, the HBA-NJ is a 501(c)(6) nonprofit association that is comprised of attorneys, judges, law professors, law students, and other professionals who share a common interest in addressing the issues affecting Hispanics within the legal community.

    The purpose of the Association is to serve the public interest: (i) by cultivating the art and science of jurisprudence, (ii) by advancing the standing of the legal profession, and (iii) by preserving high standards of integrity, honor, and professional courtesy among Hispanic lawyers.

    Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey

    P.O. Box 25562, Newark, NJ 07101

    For press inquiries, please contact: Perla Medina at medinap220@gmail.com, HBA-NJ Press Secretary.

    For more information about the Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey, please visit our website at: www.njhba.org or contact Albertina Webb, Esq., HBA-NJ President, at awebb@hillwallack.com. 

    ©2022 Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey.


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