Thurgood Marshall Law Society

Originally the Rhode Island Black Lawyers Association, the organization was reorganized in 2003 as the Thurgood Marshall Law Society (TMLS) to promote

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  • Johnston, RI

Washington Bar Association

In 1925, the Washington Bar Association (“WBA”) was one of several black bar groups formed across the nation, as the National Bar Association (“NBA”)

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  • Washington, DC

Black Women Lawyers Association of Northern California

From our founding in 1979, Black Women Lawyers Association of Northern California (“BWLNC”) has been a source of support and sisterhood for Black wome

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  • Hayward, CA

National Black Law Students Association

The National Black Law Students Association is a national organization formed to articulate and promote the needs and goals of Black law students to e

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  • Washington, DC

Mound City Bar Association

Mound City Bar Association is the oldest African-American bar association west of the Mississippi River. It was organized as the St. Louis Negro Bar A

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  • St. Louis, MO

Capital City Lawyers Association

The Capital City Lawyers Association (“CCLA”) is a local, inclusive, voluntary bar association comprised primarily of attorneys, judges, and elected o

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  • Raleigh, NC

John Mercer Langston Bar Association

John Mercer Langston Bar Association ("JMLBA") is an organization primarily comprised of African American attorneys with the purpose of facilitating e

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  • Columbus, OH

Oregon Chapter of the National Bar Association

The Oregon Chapter of the National Bar Association (OC-NBA) is Oregon’s Black bar association. Throughout the year we offer a variety of opportunities

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  • Portland, OR

Gate City Bar Association

Our mission is to create in the community a practical appreciation for the legal profession; to encourage persons of outstanding promise to attend fir

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  • Atlanta, GA

Marion County Bar Association

The Marion County Bar Association was originally founded in 1925 as the Marion County Lawyers’ Club. On October 27, 1942, the name was changed to the

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  • Indianapolis, IN