Arizona Bar Associations
Arizona Bar Associations - Statewide
Arizona Bar Associations - Local
- Hayzel B. Daniels Bar Association, Phoenix
To enhance the professional lives of its members; to further the cause of justice in Arizona through active participation in the court system and other bar associations; recognize its special duty to the public; and enhance the public perception of African-American lawyers.
- Los Abogados Hispanic Bar Association, Phoenix
Los Abogados is the Maricopa County Hispanic Bar Association. Los Abogados was founded in 1976 and incorporated in 1988. The primary purposes of Los Abogados are: to enhance the quality of legal services provided to the Community; to educate the Hispanic community regarding its rights and remedies and the availability of legal services; to receive and administer funds for the promotion and advancement of the Hispanic legal profession within the State of Arizona; to aid in gathering, exchanging and disseminating facts and information relating to the business methods within the Hispanic legal profession, all with a view of promoting the business of the Hispanic legal profession within the State of Arizona. Los Abogados is an affiliated member of the Hispanic National Bar Association (HNBA).Association's Events
- Maricopa County Bar Association, Phoenix
Since its founding in 1914, the Maricopa County Bar Association (MCBA) has been the largest voluntary bar association in Arizona. As one of the fastest-growing metropolitan areas in the nation, Maricopa County is full of unique opportunites -- and unique challenges. Our 4,500 members have joined together to create a supportive environment in which every attorney is offered tools and opportunities for professional growth.CLE
- Navajo Nation Bar Association, Window Rock
The NNBA, Inc. was established for the following purposes: To promote and encourage the highest quality and professionalism in the practice of law in the Navajo Nation and in the judicial system thereof; To recommend to the Navajo Nation Supreme Court candidates for admission to practice of law before the Navajo Courts, so as to insure the competence of such practitioners and their scrupulous adherence to the ethical standards of the Navajo Courts and the Navajo Nation Bar Association, Inc.; To encourage and assist in the establishment of comprehensive training programs for persons desiring to practice in the Navajo Courts and to insure the maintenance of high standards for such training; To advise on and assist in the recruitment and selection of the most able practitioners to serve as judges in the Navajo Courts; To advise the Courts on rule changes and other measures which would improve the administration of justice in the Navajo Court system; and To recommend to the Navajo Courts legislation which would enhance and improve the Navajo Court system and the ability of the Navajo Nation effectively and fairly to govern those within its jurisdiction.
- Pima County Bar Association, Tucson
177 N. Church Ave., Suite #101, Tucson 85701, Phone: 520.623.8258
The mission of the Pima County Bar Association is to provide service and leadership to the public and to the profession; to provide to all people of Pima County access to and awareness of the law, and to promote respect for and satisfaction in the professionCLE