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  • 27 Nov 2017 11:29 PM | Stephanie Brown (Administrator)


    Celebrating 37 Years:

    1980-2017

    The Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey Congratulates Appointees to Governor-Elect Murphy’s Transition2018 Committee

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: November 28, 2017

    The Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey (“HBA-NJ”) applauds Governor-Elect Philip D. Murphy on appointing a diverse group of individuals to his Transition2018 Committee. The HBA-NJ congratulates its members who received appointments, as well as appointees from the Garden State Bar Association, New Jersey Muslim Lawyers Association, and the Association of Black Women Lawyers of New Jersey.

    The Transition2018 Committee consists of 500 appointees to the following subcommittees: transition counsel; agriculture; budget; education, access, and opportunity; environment and energy; government technology and innovation; healthcare; housing; human and children services; labor and workforce development; law and justice; military and veteran affairs; stronger and fairer economy; transportation and infrastructure; and urban and regional growth. These subcommittees will meet before Governor-Elect Murphy takes office in January 2018 and will provide him with reports and recommendations to help the new administration set its legislative and regulatory agenda.

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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: Rachel A. Gonzalez, Esq., HBA-NJ Press Secretary, at rgonzalez@daypitney.com or (973) 966-8201.

    For more information about the Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey, please visit our website at: www.njhba.org or contact Hector D. Ruiz, Esq., HBA-NJ President, at hruiz@thewalshfirm.com or (973) 757-1100.

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  • 15 Nov 2017 12:00 AM | Arianna Moure (Administrator)


     Celebrating 37 Years:

    1980-2017

    THE HISPANIC BAR ASSOCIATION OF NEW JERSEY Installs Hector D. Ruiz As Its 38th President And Swears-In Its 2017/2018 Officer And Trustees

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: November 15, 2017

    The Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey (“HBA-NJ”) held its 38th Annual Installation and Swearing-In Ceremony of its Officers and Trustees at the Stone House at Stirling Ridge in Warren, New Jersey on November 9, 2017.  The Honorable Jose L. Linares, Chief Judge of the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey, swore-in the officers and trustees.  Hector D. Ruiz, a partner at Walsh Pizzi O’Reilly Falanga LLP, was sworn-in as the HBA-NJ’s 38th President. 

    Carlos M. Bollar, a partner at Archer & Greiner and a Past President of the HBA-NJ, served as the master of ceremonies of the event that was well attended by federal and state court judges, attorneys, and law and high school students.  Arlene Quiñones Perez, a partner at DeCotiis, FitzPatrick Cole & Giblin, LLP and Immediate Past President of the HBA-NJ, and Pedro J. Torres-Díaz, a principal in the San Juan, Puerto Rico and Miami, Florida offices of Jackson Lewis and Immediate Past President of the Hispanic National Bar Association (“HNBA”), made remarks.  The HBA-NJ also recognized long-time officer, Vice President of the Southern Region Albertina Webb, a partner with LaRocca Hornik Rosen Greenberg & Patti LLC, with the Corazon Del HBA-NJ Award for her outstanding dedication and unwavering service to the organization.  The dinner and program concluded with Hector D. Ruiz’s President’s speech, during which he announced this year’s theme for the HBA-NJ: Working Together, Making a Difference.

    Also in attendance were:  Mayor Carolann Garafola, of Warren Township, Erica V. Mason, a partner at Constancy Brooks, Smith & Prophete LLP in Atlanta, Georgia and HNBA President, and many past presidents of the HBA-NJ.

    Union City High School students that regularly participate in the HBA-NJ’s American Dream Pipeline Program also attended the event with their chaperone.

    During the event, guests were encouraged to contribute to the Todos Unidos Fundraising Campaign to aid in disaster relief of those who are still suffering in the wake of natural disasters that occurred earlier this year.  This Fundraising Campaign will continue throughout the year for distribution to Puerto Rico, Mexico and other areas in need of disaster relief.

    The HBA-NJ again thanks its sponsors and Installation attendees for their generosity and support.  In particular, we would like to thank our Amigo and Gold sponsors: (i) Day Pitney LLP; (ii) Hudson Court Reporting & Digital Media; (iii) Lowenstein Sandler LLP; (iv) Reed Smith LLP; (v) Walsh Pizzi O'Reilly Falanga LLP; and, (vi) Prudential.

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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: Rachel A. Gonzalez, Esq., HBA-NJ Press Secretary, at rgonzalez@daypitney.com or (973) 966-8201.

    For more information about the Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey, please visit our website at: www.njhba.org or contact Hector D. Ruiz, Esq., HBA-NJ President, at hruiz@thewalshfirm.com or (973) 757-1100.    

    ©2017 Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey.
       
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  • 11 Nov 2017 9:28 AM | Stephanie Brown (Administrator)



    THE HISPANIC BAR ASSOCIATION OF NEW JERSEY STRONGLY CONDEMNS OFFENSIVE SPEECH AND RHETORIC EXHIBITED DURING RECENT POLITICAL CAMPAIGNS IN HOBOKEN AND EDISON, NEW JERSEY

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: November 10, 2017

    The Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey (“HBA-NJ”) denounces offensive flyers targeted at voters in two New Jersey towns in advance of last Tuesday’s election. In the weeks preceding the November 2017 election, racist and xenophobic propaganda was distributed in Hoboken and Edison, New Jersey, attacking Asian-American candidates.

    The HBA-NJ denounces campaign literature targeting candidates on account of their race, familial origin, and religion. “Attempts to dissuade U.S. citizens from all backgrounds from running for political office and participating in the political process have no place in our American civil discourse,” said HBA-NJ President Hector D. Ruiz.

    We are proud of the diversity in the State of New Jersey and congratulate all the trailblazers who ran for political office this term. We commend the voters in New Jersey who have looked past the attempts by some to use the November election to try to spread hate and fear, and voted for candidates based upon their merits.

    The HBA-NJ will continue to denounce hate, racism and xenophobia and will stand by others of all backgrounds who are being victimized by such unnecessary rhetoric.

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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: Rachel A. Gonzalez, Esq., HBA-NJ Press Secretary, at rgonzalez@daypitney.com or (973) 966-8201.

    For more information about the Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey, please visit our website at: www.njhba.org or contact Hector D. Ruiz, Esq., HBA-NJ President, at hruiz@thewalshfirm.com or (973) 757-1100.

    ©2017 Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey.

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  • 30 Sep 2017 11:42 PM | Arianna Moure (Administrator)



    Celebrating 37 Years:

    1980-2017

    THE HISPANIC BAR ASSOCIATION OF NEW JERSEY SUPPORTS THE VICTIMS OF THE RECENT HURRICANES AND EARTHQUAKES

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 30, 2017

    The past few weeks have been extremely difficult. Our brothers and sisters in Puerto Rico, Texas, Florida, the entire Caribbean and Mexico have been dangerously impacted by the recent catastrophic hurricanes and earthquakes that continue to threaten many lives. 

     While the survivors of these disasters continue to show their resilience, the Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey (HBA-NJ) is working with support and disaster response organizations, both locally and in the affected areas, to offer our assistance in any way possible.

    “We extend our thoughts and prayers to victims of these recent natural disasters in the United States, Caribbean, Mexico and Central America, including members of our HBA-NJ families” said HBA-NJ President, Arlene Quinones Perez. “We are working hard to remain in contact with relief organizations in the affected areas and are continuing to assess needs and see how we can help.”

    We will continue to update our website as information becomes available, as many of the organizations in the affected areas are still attempting to re-open their offices and assess the needs of the victims. Helping our brothers and sisters will require a long-term commitment from our membership and we have no doubt that the HBA-NJ familia will rise to the occasion and assist those in need.

    Please check our website for updates and resources for assisting in the relief and rebuilding efforts.  In the meantime, those who would like to donate their time, money, goods or pro bono legal services can visit the following websites:

    Direct Relief (All affected areas)

    LatinoJustice PRLDEF (Mexico & Puerto Rico)

    Hispanic Federation (Mexico & Puerto Rico)

    ConPRmetidos (Puerto Rico):

    Fondos Unidos de Puerto Rico (Puerto Rico)

    ABA Volunteer Legal Services (various resources and legal assistance to disaster survivors)

    Legal Corps for Puerto Rico (Puerto Rico)

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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: Wendy Rubinstein, Esq., HBA-NJ Press Secretary, at wrubinstein@decotiislaw.com or (201) 928-1100.

    For more information about the Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey, please visit our website at: www.njhba.org or contact Arlene Quinones Perez, Esq., HBA-NJ President, at aqperez@decotiislaw.com or (908) 625-7714.






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  • 20 Jun 2017 11:28 PM | Arianna Moure (Administrator)
       

    Celebrating 37 Years:

    1980-2017

    THE HISPANIC BAR ASSOCIATION OF NEW JERSEY CONGRATULATES UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE JOSE L. LINARES ON BECOMING CHIEF FEDERAL JUDGE IN NEW JERSEY

                       

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 20, 2017

    The Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey (HBA-NJ) congratulates our past President and friend, United States District Judge for the District of New Jersey, Judge Jose L. Linares on his historic achievement of becoming the first Hispanic Chief Federal Judge in New Jersey.

    Judge Linares has presided over some of the highest-profile political corruption cases in the state in the U.S. Courthouse in Newark. The Havana-born judge, who fled Cuba with his family as a boy, became a State Superior Court Judge in Essex County in 2000, and was nominated to the federal bench by President George W. Bush in 2002.

    Prior to his tenure on the bench, Judge Linares was a Supervising Attorney in the New York City Department of Investigation from 1978 to 1980 before moving to New Jersey to became a private practice attorney licensed in the State of New Jersey from 1980 to 2000. A graduate of Jersey City State University in 1975, Judge Linares earned his law degree from Temple Law School in Philadelphia in 1978.

    The HBA-NJ is proud of its past President, Honorable Jose L. Linares, United States District Judge, on his historic achievement of becoming Chief United States District Judge for the District of New Jersey.  HBA-NJ President Arlene Quinones Perez, on behalf of the entire HBA-NJ Board and members, wishes Judges Linares continued success. “We know you will lead the Honorable Court with grace, wisdom and understanding.”

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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: Wendy Rubinstein, Esq., HBA-NJ Press Secretary, at wrubinstein@decotiislaw.com or (201) 928-1100.

    For more information about the Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey, please visit our website at: www.njhba.org or contact Arlene Quinones Perez, Esq., HBA-NJ President, at aqperez@decotiislaw.com or (908) 625-7714.

    ©2017 Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey.

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  • 20 Jun 2017 10:32 PM | Arianna Moure (Administrator)
     



    Celebrating 37 Years:

    1980-2017

    THE HISPANIC BAR ASSOCIATION OF NEW JERSEY CONGRATULATES JUDGE ALBERTO RIVAS ON BEING NAMED ASSIGNMENT JUDGE OF MIDDLESEX VICINAGE

                       

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 20, 2017

    The Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey (HBA-NJ) congratulates Judge Alberto Rivas on being named the Assignment Judge of the Middlesex Vicinage, effective July 1, 2017.

    Judge Rivas, appointed to the bench by Governor Jon Corzine, took the oath of judicial office on January 25, 2010. In more than seven years at the Middlesex Vicinage, Judge Rivas has served on the bench in civil, family and criminal divisions. Judge Rivas was named Presiding Judge of the Criminal Division in February 2015.

    Prior to his judicial career, Judge Rivas worked for nine years as an Assistant United States Attorney in Newark. Three of those years Judge Rivas worked as the Deputy Chief of the office’s Criminal Division. He also worked as the Director of Law for the City of Perth Amboy and as a named partner in the law firm of Lite, DePalma, Greenberg, LLC. During that time, Judge Rivas was actively involved in the community and served as a member of the New Jersey State Sentencing Commission and as a court-appointed independent monitor reviewing the New Jersey State Police. Judge Rivas continues to give back to the community and is an active participant and supporter of the HBA-NJ’s American Dream Pipeline Program. A graduate of Princeton University, Judge Rivas earned his law degree at the Rutgers University School of Law.

    The HBA-NJ is proud of Judge Rivas’s many achievements and wishes him continued success in his new role. As noted by Arlene Quinones Perez, HBA-NJ President, “Judge Rivas is a trailblazer in the Latino community and a wonderful mentor. We thank Chief Justice Stuart Rabner for recognizing Judge Rivas’s strong record as a jurist and for entrusting him with this new role and opportunity to continue to serve the community.”

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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: Wendy Rubinstein, Esq., HBA-NJ Press Secretary, at wrubinstein@decotiislaw.com or (201) 928-1100.

    For more information about the Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey, please visit our website at: www.njhba.org or contact Arlene Quinones Perez, Esq., HBA-NJ President, at aqperez@decotiislaw.com or (908) 625-7714.

    ©2017 Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey.

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  • 27 Apr 2017 6:21 PM | Stephanie Brown (Administrator)


    Celebrating 37 Years:

    1980-2017

    THE HISPANIC BAR ASSOCIATION OF NEW JERSEY CONGRATULATES RICARDO SOLANO JR. FOR BEING APPOINTED TREASURER FOR THE ASSOCIATION OF THE FEDERAL BAR OF NEW JERSEY

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 27, 2017

    The Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey (HBA-NJ) congratulates Ricardo Solano Jr., Esq. for being appointed Treasurer for the Association of the Federal Bar of New Jersey.

    Mr. Solano, Trustee for Region 8 for the HBA-NJ, is a member of Friedman, Kaplan, Seiler & Adelman LLP, where he represents individuals and corporations in the healthcare, financial, construction, and other industries in matters involving allegations of fraud, bribery, false claims, violations of FDA regulations, tax evasion, and money laundering. Prior to joining Friedman Kaplan, Mr. Solano served as First Assistant Attorney General of the State of New Jersey from 2008 to 2010, where, as the State’s second highest-ranking prosecutor, he was responsible for oversight of the Division of Criminal Justice, Division of Law, Division of Consumer Affairs, and Gaming Enforcement.  He also previously served as an Assistant United States Attorney for the District of New Jersey from 2001 to 2006, where he prosecuted cases involving violations of federal anti-corruption and bribery statutes, mail fraud, tax evasion, export control law violations, pharmaceutical and other product diversion schemes, and cyberstalking.

    Mr. Solano also serves as a Trustee for the Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers of New Jersey.  He has previously taught, as an adjunct professor, a seminar on criminal sentencing at Seton Hall University School of Law.  In addition, Mr. Solano has lectured on numerous topics, including healthcare fraud investigations, the use of electronic evidence in criminal cases, and criminal defense attorney ethics.  

    Mr. Solano received his law degree summa cum laude in 1998 from Seton Hall University School of Law and his BA in Philosophy and Political Science from New York University in 1995.  After law school, he clerked for former New Jersey Supreme Court Chief Justice Deborah T. Poritz, and then for the Hon. Maryanne Trump Barry of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.

    The HBA-NJ is proud of Mr. Solano’s many achievements and thankful for his continued involvement and support of the association. As noted by Arlene Quinones Perez, HBA-NJ President, “Ricardo is an incredible asset to any organization, and especially to the HBA-NJ. His impeccable character and tireless work ethic make him a perfect candidate for Treasurer for the Association of the Federal Bar of New Jersey, and we wish him well in his new position.”

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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: Wendy Rubinstein, Esq., HBA-NJ Press Secretary, at wrubinstein@decotiislaw.com or (201) 928-1100.

    For more information about the Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey, please visit our website at: www.njhba.org or contact Arlene Quinones Perez, Esq., HBA-NJ President, at aqperez@decotiislaw.com or (908) 625-7714.

    ©2017 Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey.

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  • 26 Apr 2017 6:24 PM | Stephanie Brown (Administrator)


     Celebrating 37 Years:

    1980-2017

    THE HISPANIC BAR ASSOCIATION OF NEW JERSEY TOGETHER WITH THE NEW JERSEY WOMEN LAWYERS ASSOCIATION PRESENTED THE NUTS AND BOLTS OF THE JUDICIAL AND NJ STATE APPOINTMENTS PROCESS

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 26, 2017

    New Brunswick, NJ – Over eighty attorneys attended the panel discussion on "How To Become a Judge, Commissioner or Board Member: Nuts and Bolts of the Judicial and New Jersey State Appointments Process" on Wednesday, April 12th at the Law Center in New Brunswick, NJ.  Panelists included Michellene Davis, Executive Vice President, Corporate Affairs, RWJBarnabas Health, Susan A. Feeney, Partner, McCarter & English, LLP, Tara Dowdell, President of TDG Speakers & Tara Dowdell Group and Ivette Ramos Alvarez, Partner, Einhorn Harris Ascher Barbarito & Frost.  The moderators were Kirsten S. Branigan, Founder of the Law Office of Kirsten Scheurer Branigan, P.C. and Arlene Quinones Perez, Partner at DeCotiis, Fitzpatrick, Cole & Giblin, LLP and President of the Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey.  The panel discussion was followed by a networking reception.

    Panelists provided practical advice on best practices for potential candidates to achieve a NJ appointment and/or appointment to a NJ Board or Commission. The panelists also explained the process and underscored the need to plan for and begin engaging in the application and lengthy appointment process as early as possible.

    The program was sponsored by McCarter English, LLP, RWJBarnabas Health, Northeast Regional Council of Carpenters, DeCotiis, Fitzpatrick, Cole & Giblin, LLP, Law Office of Kirsten Scheurer Branigan, P.C. and Hudson Court Reporting. The program was co-sponsored by the Asian Pacific American Lawyers Association of New Jersey (APALA-NJ), the Garden State Bar Association (GSBA), New Jersey Muslim Lawyers Association (NJMLA), South Asian Bar Association of New Jersey (SABA-NJ) and was supported by Women in the Profession Section (WIPS) and the Diversity Committee of the NJSBA.

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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: Wendy Rubinstein, Esq., HBA-NJ Press Secretary, at wrubinstein@decotiislaw.com or (201) 928-1100.

    For more information about the Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey, please visit our website at: www.njhba.org or contact Arlene Quinones Perez, Esq., HBA-NJ President, at aqperez@decotiislaw.com or (908) 625-7714.

    ©2017 Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey.

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  • 06 Feb 2017 6:45 PM | Melinda Cox (Administrator)

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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: Wendy Rubinstein, Esq., HBA-NJ Press Secretary, at wrubinstein@decotiislaw.com or (201) 928-1100.
     
    For more information about the Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey, please visit our website at: www.njhba.org or contact Arlene Quinones Perez, Esq., HBA-NJ President, at aqperez@decotiislaw.com or (908) 625-7714.

     

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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.

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