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2019 Lobby Day

NAPABA's APAHM Congressional Reception


The Coalition of Bar Associations of Color (CBAC) was established in 1992 and is comprised of the Hispanic National Bar Association, the National Bar Association, the National Native American Bar Association, and the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association. Leaders from these organizations meet annually to discuss issues of mutual concern and to advocate in support of our shared interests with the executive branch and with elected officials.

Bar leaders met with U.S. Senator Harry Reid in July 2014 during the Annual CBAC Meeting. From left to right: Patty Ferguson-Bohnee, NNABA Immediate Past President; William J. Simonitsch, NAPABA Immediate Past President; Miguel A. Pozo, HNBA Immediate Past President; U.S. Senator Harry M. Reid; George C. Chen, NAPABA President; Pamela J. Means, NBA President; and Cynthia D. Mares, HNBA President.