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Hispanic Student Bar Association

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2020 NSU Law HSBA Welcome Video

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The Hispanic Student Bar Association, "HSBA," is a legal society at Nova Southeastern University, Shepard Broad College of Law, founded in 1980 to bring together students of both Hispanic and American heritage, as well as to promote and advance Hispanic awareness within the community. HSBA works with other organizations on campus to sponsor speakers on subjects of common interest to the student body. In addition, HSBA organizes and holds a variety of community service events and networking events in order to introduce students to judges and attorneys in the legal community.

NSU HSBA is a member of the National Latina/o Law Student Association (NLLSA).

HSBA Bylaws

Why join?

  • HSBA is an organization for both Hispanic and non-Hispanic students, day students, and night students.
  • Class outlines and materials available to HSBA members are also available for all students who join.
  • Guest speaker events, social gatherings, food sales, fundraising events, volunteer, and pro-bono opportunities.
  • Networking events with law firms and other law schools.
  • Signature events involving lunch at the Broward County Courthouse with judges and attorneys.
  • Close relationships with several Florida Bar associations. And lots more…

2019 Immigration Legal Screening Clinic

 

2020 - 2021 Executive Board

Executive Board
Christy Boulet President
Gloria Contreras Co-Vice-President
Gustave Goldman Co-Vice-President
Dalianett Corrales Director of Finance
Karla Garcia Director of Community & Legal Affairs
Erica Jimenez Director of Social Media 
Gabriela Guzman  Director of Student Involvement
Caitlin Barreto Director of Alumni Relations

Faculty Advisors

Faculty Advisors
Catherine Arcabascio Professor of Law
Roma Perez Professor of Law
Shahabudeen Khan Associate Dean of International Programs & Professor of Law
Elena Maria Marty-Nelson Associate Dean for Diversity, Inclusion, and Public Impact & Professor of Law
Marilyn Uzdavines Professor of Law
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