Minnesota Bar Associations
Minnesota Bar Associations - Statewide
- Minnesota State Bar Association (MSBA), Minneapolis
The MSBA committees develop, implement, and oversee many Association goals and programs. Committees are composed of MSBA members, appointed by the MSBA president, who volunteer their leadership, expertise, and service to benefit the Association, the legal profession and the community.CLE
- Minnesota American Indian Bar Association (MAIBA), Minneapolis
It is the mission of the MAIBA to promote: “unity, cooperation, and the interchange of ideas among persons associated with Indian law; education of the public with regard to legal issues affecting Indian people; and justice and effective legal representation for all Indian people.”
- Minnesota Chapter of the Federal Bar Association, Minneapolis
Our chapter was chartered in 1940 and has been active since 1962. Today we have nearly 800 members from private practice, government agencies, military branches, local law schools and local courts.CLE
- Minnesota Hispanic Bar Association (MHBA), St. Paul
MHBA is a non-profit association founded in 1991 dedicated to advancing the interests of Hispanic attorneys and law students in Minnesota. MHBA strives to promote professional growth and opportunity for Latino law students and attorneys, to provide community service and to ensure access to justice for all. It is our hope that we can serve as a valuable resource to Minnesota's legal and academic professionals, as well as the community at large.
- National Asian Pacific American Bar Association (Minnesota Chapter), Minnesota
The National Asian Pacific American Bar Association is the United States' only national association of Asian Pacific American attorneys, judges, law professors, and law students, providing a national network for its members and affiliates. Formed in 1988 by representatives of 23 APA bar associations from around the country, NAPABA advocates for the legal needs and interests of the APA community. NAPABA represents over 40,000 attorneys in 45 local APA bar associations, whose practice settings range from solo practices to large firms, corporations, legal services organizations, non-profit organizations, law schools and governmental agencies. Through its network of committees, NAPABA is in the forefront of national and local activities in the areas of civil rights reform, combating anti-immigrant backlash and hate crimes, increasing the diversity of the Federal and State judiciaries, and professional development.
Minnesota Bar Associations - Local
- Anoka County Bar Association (ACBA), Anoka
The Anoka County Bar Association is the 21st District of the Minnesota State Bar Association. Its membership just over 300 and is primarily made up of attorneys that live or work in Anoka County. The organization seeks to provide social and educational opportunities to its members. It also seeks to provide information to the public about the law.
- Hennepin County Bar Association (HCBA), Minneapolis
The HCBA exists to serve the needs of its membership by advancing professionalism, ethical conduct, diversity, competence, practice development, and collegiality in the legal profession. The association shall strive to ensure the fairness and accessibility of the legal system, promote public understanding and confidence in our system of justice, and work with the courts to improve the administration of justice.CLE
- Minnesota Lavender Bar Association, Minneapolis
Minnesota Lavender Bar Association is an organization of legal professionals and students committed to promoting social justice through education and advocacy, focusing on legal and public policy issues affecting lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex people. We are dedicated to fostering solidarity both within the organization and the legal community.CLE
- Ramsey County Bar Association (RCBA), Saint Paul
The mission of the Ramsey County Bar Foundation is to provide financial support to programs in the Ramsey County geographic area that benefit the legal profession, improve the quality and accessibility of justice, and would otherwise attract the interest and support of Ramsey County lawyers.CLE