Hispanic National Bar Foundation Launches the HNBF Review, Law Camp Edition

Hispanic National Bar Foundation Launches the HNBF Review, Law Camp Edition

The Hispanic National Bar Foundation introduces the inaugural edition of the HNBF Review. This Fall’s newsletter is dedicated to our signature program, the Future Latino Leaders Law Camp, which recently celebrated its 10th Anniversary with the largest class in its history.

“As President of the Hispanic National Bar Foundation, I am proud of the Foundation’s efforts to create opportunities for Latino youth,” said Paul Zavala, HNBF President.  “Our greatest successes can be measured through the experiences of our students, and I am continuously inspired by the life-changing impact our programs have on our youth and their future.”

You may access the Fall edition of the HNBF Review here.

About the Hispanic National Bar Foundation

Established in 1985, the mission of the Hispanic National Bar Foundation (“HNBF”) is to promote equality through education. As a national organization, the HNBF provides programs, scholarships, fellowships, and other resources and tools to support and inspire educational achievement within Latino communities. We are guided in our efforts by our strong values of education, diversity, equality, empowerment and access. Our programs provide Latino students from high school through law school with the tools and resources necessary to ensure full and equal opportunity. For more information, please visit www.hnbf.org.