The Latino Lawyers Association of Queens County “LLAQC", a non-for-profit organization, was formed in 1996 and incorporated in 1997. The Association promotes the general welfare and legal rights of the Latino community by providing information, guidance, and education to the community. In addition, LLAQC promotes the common interest in the legal profession and advances the opportunities that exist for Latino lawyers, judges, law professors, and law students.
Bienvenidos a nuestra pagina! Welcome to the Latino Lawyers Association of Queens County Website! We are a group of attorneys, judges, law professors, and students dedicated to protecting the rights of our community and increasing our representation on the bench and across all sectors of the legal profession. Our members work with students at St. John's, CUNY, and NY Law Schools to provide Street Law en Español workshops and educate the community about their rights. WOur members have access to free or low cost Continuing Legal Education courses, and networking and mentoring opportunities throughout the year.
- Article written by Andrew Denney at The New York Law Journal features our very own Judge Joseph A. Zayas who …Read More »
- Article written by David Brand at The Queens Daily Eagle features our very own Judge Joseph A. Zayas who is …Read More »
- Interesting article from the New York Law Journal regarding the lack of Latino representation on the bench. Judge Decries …Read More »
- Trademark Litigation Associate Attorney – Jr. to Mid-Level Our friends at Davis Wright Termaine LLP have a Junior to …Read More »
- LLAQC and it’s members are featured in this article linked below. Las leyes de familia y la comunidad latina de …Read More »