The Missouri
Asian-American Bar

is a non-profit organization of Asian American attorneys, judges, law professors, and law students. Its goal is to reach out to, and support, the Asian American legal community and community at large

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Recent News

2014 Unity Dinner

We are proud to announce the 2014 Unity Dinner will be hosted at the St. Louis Zoo.  MAABA will be partnering with the Mound City Bar Associations, the Hispanic Bar Association, Lawyers for Equality, the Women’s Law Association, and SABA … Continue reading

OUR Mission Statement

  • To represent and advocate on a state level the interests of Asian-American attorneys and communities
  • To foster the exchange of ideas and information among and between its members and other members of the legal profession, the judiciary and the legal community
  • To encourage and promote the professional growth of its members
  • To coordinate legal services to our Asian-American communities on a local and national level
  • To serve as a statewide network of communication among the Asian-American legal community
  • To provide an opportunity for fellowship among its members
  • To facilitate client referrals and to increase opportunities for Asian-American law students, lawyers and judges
  • To present programs of an educational nature aimed at the needs of Asian-American attorneys
  • To encourage cooperation with other organizations of minority attorneys
  • To provide a vehicle and forum for the unified expression of opinions and positions by members upon current social, political, economic, legal or other matters or events of concern to the membership

Contact Us

If you have any questions regarding MAABA, you may contact us by phone or e-mail and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible. Thanks!

John Mark Hong
President – MAABA


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