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Save the Date 10/26/2017 - HBAstl Annual Dinner

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The Hispanic Bar Association of St. Louis would like to invite you to its 2017 Annual Dinner and Awards Presentation - La Cena de Amistad - to be held on Thursday, October 26, 2017,​​ at the Sheraton Westport Lakeside Chalet. The evening will begin at 6:00 p.m. for cocktail hour, to be followed by dinner, an awards ceremony, and cultural presentation. Then, dance the night away to "DJ Fonzo" at the HBAstl After Party. Please see the attached invitation for more information and reserve your tickets by October 20, 2017.


This year, the HBAstl would like to recognize three local attorneys for their tremendous contributions to public service and the legal profession. Attached, please find the HBAstl 2017 Awards Nomination Form and nominate your favorite candidate for the Public Service, Lifetime Achievement, and Rising Star awards. Submissions are due October 6, 2017 and awards will be announced at the Annual Dinner.


Also attached is an informational flyer on sponsorship opportunities for this event. The HBAstl needs your support to continue its efforts in promoting Hispanic involvement in the legal profession and providing networking opportunities and programs for its members. Please consider a sponsorship today.


If you have any questions, feel free to contact Nancy Martin at

We look forward to seeing you at La Cena de Amistad - 2017!


Nancy S. Martin, President

Hispanic Bar Association of St. Louis

 2017 Annual Dinner Invitation

RSVP Card Annual Dinner 2017

HBAstl 2017 Awards Nomination Form

HBAstl 2017 Annual Dinner Sponsorship Levels

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The mission of the HBAstl is to promote Hispanic involvement and participation in the legal profession, both in private and public service; to bring attention to issues facing Hispanics in our community and in the legal profession; and to advance equal protection for the Hispanic Community before the law.