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History

In 1982, four Black attorneys filled a void in the New Mexico legal community.

Constitution & Bylaws

Click here to view the NMBLA Constitution and Bylaws.

 

Attorneys in Private Practice

Click here to view a list of New Mexico lawyers in private practice.

UNM Black Law Student Association

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NMBLA Letters regarding Federal Appointments

Senator Martin Heinrich and Senator-Elect Ben Ray Luján are accepting applications for positions on the District Court for the District of New Mexico, the Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit, and the United States Attorney for the District of New Mexico. One of the purposes of NMBLA is to "improve the administration of justice"; our executive board sent the attached letters to the Senators in order to do just that. We promise to remain true to our purpose and are proud to support black attorneys and judges in our state.

If you would like to send a letter in support of the appointment of an individual from the membership who has applied for a position, please let us know as soon as possible and we will make sure you receive the information to do so (nmblacklawyers@gmail.com).

MLK Drum Major for Justice Competition


NMBLA asks you to encourage any current high school juniors or seniors to compete in the Drum Major for Justice Competition. This competition includes both an essay and oral advocacy component and requires students to present their thoughts on what Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. would think about an emerging legal issue.

If Dr King were alive today, would he support the call to defund police departments across the Nation as a reform to police brutality? If so, explain why? If not, explain why?

Check our Scholarships page for the essay details and requirements.


Legal Community Partners


Community Partners

About NM Black Lawyers Association

In 1982, four Black attorneys filled a void in the New Mexico legal community. There was no entity in place that addressed the particular needs of African American attorneys in the state. Read More.

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