Welcome to the Hispanic Bar Association of D.C. Foundation, which was established in 1995 as a separate non-profit entity.
HBA-DC Foundation Scholarships
To further its commitment to support law students, HBA-DC has created a scholarship for DC law students. HBA-DC will award two scholarships of $2,500.00 to eligible law students in collaboration with the HBA-DC Foundation. The successful scholarship recipient must demonstrate financial need, be in good standing with the law school, and demonstrate a commitment to the advancement of the Hispanic community, among other criteria.
Eligibility and selection criteria for the HBA-DC Scholarship, along with the application, can be found here.
HBA-DC Foundation Fellowships
First year and second year students attending accredited law schools in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area are eligible to apply for an HBA-DC Foundation Fellowship, once having obtained a job offer from a sponsoring organization. One or more fellowships in the amount of $5,000 may be awarded by the Foundation. The 2015 fellowship recipients are listed here.
For information concerning the 2015 PASOS celebration, fellowship recipients and sponsors, please go to the drop down menu above labeled “More In This Section” and select “PASOS 2015”, or click here.
For questions about the HBA-DC Foundation or to assist with the Foundation's efforts, please contact Foundation Vice President Linda M. Estrada, Esquire at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Foundation bylaws may be viewed here.
HBA-DC Foundation 2014 Annual Report can be viewed here.
HBA-DC Foundation 2013 Annual Report can be viewed here.
HBA-DC Foundation 2012 Annual Report can be viewed here.
HBA-DC Foundation 2011 Annual Report can be viewed here.
The HBA-DC Foundation, an IRS-approved 501(c)(3) charitable organization, invites you to consider making a tax deductible contribution during this fundraising cycle. Your contribution will help sustain the work of the Foundation, which raises and distributes funding for law students working in public interest organizations and sponsors the annual PASOS celebration for law school graduates and their families. Your contribution, payable to the HBA-DC Foundation, is tax-deductible to the extent authorized by law.
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