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NATIONWIDE BAR ASSOCIATIONS & OTHER PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

 

The National LGBT Bar Association

http://www.lgbtbar.org/

National Association of Women Lawyers

http://www.nawl.org/

 

National Asian Pacific American Bar Association

http://www.napaba.org/napaba/showpage.asp?code=home

 

National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum

http://napawf.org/

 

Corporate Counsel—Women of Color

http://www.ccwomenofcolor.org/

 

Hispanic National Bar Association

http://www.hnba.com/

 

National Native American Bar Association

http://www.nativeamericanbar.org/

 

National Bar Association

http://www.nationalbar.net/

 

Lesbian and Gay Lawyers Association

http://www.lgla.net

 

National Black Prosecutors Association

http://www.blackprosecutors.org

 

National Association of Minority and Women Owned Law Firms

http://www.namwolf.org

 

National Conference of Women’s Bar Associations

http://www.ncwba.org

 

National Hispanic Prosecutor Association

http://www.nationalhispanicprosecutors.org

 

National Conference of Black Lawyers

http://www.ncbl.org

 

The Leadership Institute for Women of Color in Law

http://www.leadingwomenofcolor.org

 

Black Entertainment and Sports Lawyers Association

http://www.besla.org

 

National Bar Association of African American Attorneys

http://www.nationalbar.org/

 

North American South Asian Bar Association

http://nasaba.com/

National Association of Women Judges

http://www.nawj.org/

 

Diverse Lawyers

http://diverselawyers.com/index

Minority Corporate Counsel Association

http://www.mcca.com/

Latina Lawyers Bar Association

http://www.llbalaw.org/

Association of Law Firm Diversity Professionals

http://alfdp.com/

 




NATIONWIDE STUDENT BAR ASSOCIATIONS

 

National Asian Pacific American Law Students Association

http://napalsa.com

National Black Law Students Association

http://www.nblsa.org

National Latino/a Law Student Association

http://www.nllsa.org

National Muslim Law Student Association

http://www.nmlsa.org

National Native American Law Students Association

http://www.nationalnalsa.org

North American South Asian Law Students Association

http://www.nsalsa.org




INTERNATIONAL BAR ASSOCIATIONS

 




STATE BAR ASSOCIATIONS




DIVERSITY GROUPS AT THE ABA

 

  • Center for Racial and Ethnic Diversity

http://www.americanbar.org/groups/diversity.html

“The Diversity Center serves as thelegal advocate for racial and ethnic diversity within the ABA. The Centerprovides the framework for effective utilization of ABA resources committed todiversity, and helps to maintain racial and ethnic diversity as a priorityissue for the ABA.”


  • Commission on Racial and Ethnic Diversity in the Profession

http://www.americanbar.org/groups/diversity/racial_ethnic_diversity.html

“The ABA Commission on Racial andEthnic Diversity in the Profession is a diverse group of committed lawyersserving as the catalyst for creating leadership and economic opportunities forracially and ethnically diverse lawyers within the ABA and the legalprofession.”

 

 

  • Council for Racial and Ethnic Diversity in the Educational Pipeline

http://www.americanbar.org/groups/diversity/diversity_pipeline.html

“The ABA Council for Racial andEthnic Diversity in the Educational Pipeline acts as programmatic incubator foractivities that foster a more diverse educational pipeline into the legalprofession and provide a forum to address these issues in our educationalsystems and the legal profession.”

 

  • Commission on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity [SOGI]

http://www.americanbar.org/groups/sexual_orientation.html

The mission of this commission “isto promote full and equal participation in the legal profession by persons ofdiffering sexual orientations and gender identities.”

  • Commission on Women in the Profession

http://www.americanbar.org/groups/women.html

“[T]he ABA Commission on Women inthe Profession forges a new and better profession that ensures that women haveequal opportunities for professional growth and advancement commensurate withtheir male counterparts.”





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