The Asian Pacific American Bar Association of South Florida (APABA) is a non-profit, voluntary bar organization of attorneys in Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach counties who support APABA’s objectives and are dedicated to ensuring that minority communities are effectively represented in South Florida.
APABA of South Florida is an affiliate of the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association (“NAPABA”). All members of APABA are also members of NAPABA. APABA’s goals and objectives coincide with those of NAPABA, including working towards civil rights reform, combating anti-immigrant agendas and hate crimes, increasing diversity in federal, state, and local government, and promoting professional development. The overriding mission of APABA is to combat discrimination against all minorities and to promote diversity in the legal profession.
APABA of South Florida is proud to support Broward County’s Seventeenth Judicial Circuit Judge Anuraag Singhal’s nomination to the Federal District Court of Southern Florida. To view our letter of support click here.
We celebrate the passage of Amendment 11 on November 6, 2018! This Amendment removes the “Alien Land Law” from the Florida Constitution, which was a vestige of a racist and ignorant past as a result of Asian fervor in the western United States in the 1920’s. Prior to the passing of Amendment 11, Florida remained the only state with a facially discriminatory “Alien Land Law” in its Constitution. Thank you, Florida voters!
Click Here to read the News Release issued by the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association