So, you passed the bar. Congratulations! You may be among the lucky ones to have landed a great job, or perhaps you are still looking for the right fit. You may have even joined a bar association or two, like the Pennsylvania Bar Association or Philadelphia Bar Association. But you may also be wondering whether you should spend your time — which seems to be in short supply these days — getting involved with an affinity bar association as well. Membership in an affinity bar association may be worthwhile — and for more reasons than you might think.

While there are several affinity bar associations, this article provides an overview of three of the largest in our area: the Asian Pacific American Bar Association of Pennsylvania (APABA-PA), the Barristers’ Association of Philadelphia and the Hispanic Bar Association of Pennsylvania (HBA-PA).

The Asian Pacific American Bar Association

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