LVNBA: A Civil Rights Association of Predominantly African-American Lawyers, Judges & Law Students
At its core, the Las Vegas Chapter of the National Bar Association (LVNBA) is a civil rights bar association. Originally founded in 1981, the LVNBA has a predominantly African-American membership and is Nevada’s first and only National Bar Association (National Bar) affiliate. The National Bar is the nation’s oldest minority bar and largest national association of over 20,000 predominately African-American lawyers, judges, professors, and law students. The LVNBA is an active member of the National Bar.