CABA’s Night with the Marlins Raises $20,000 for CABA Pro Bono Project

The night began with crowds of proud Cuban Americans entering the iconic Marlins Park in honor of Cuban Heritage Night and CABA’s 2nd Annual Night with the Marlins. People of all ages gathered together to watch America’s national pastime, reminisced as they watched episodes of Que Pasa, U.S.A.?, listened to some of Miami’s upbeat music, […]

CABA sends letter to ABA regarding affiliate travel agency’s promoted trip to Cuba

You can view the letter here: letter-to-aba-re-cuba-travel-promotion.

Past President Liz Hernandez to receive the NAWJ Florence K. Murray Award

CABA Past-President, Elizabeth Hernandez, will be presented with the Florence K. Murray award by the National Association of Women Judges, at the upcoming annual conference in Seattle Washington on October 8, 2016.  This award was instituted by its namesake, the Honorable Florence K. Murray, for presentation to a non-judge who, by example or otherwise, has influenced women […]

CABA Briefs Summer 2016 Edition Now Available

Please visit our Briefs page to view this Summer’s edition of CABA Briefs.

CABA Applauds City of Coral Gables for Resolution on CCL’s Route to Cuba

Dear CABA Members: As many of you may have already learned, CABA recently sent a letter of disapproval and objection to Carnival Cruise Lines regarding its election to move forward with its subsidiary, Fathom’s, maiden voyage to the Port of Havana, together with an unknown number of cruise offerings thereafter, despite the Cuban regime’s edict […]

CABA Letter to Carnival Cruise Lines regarding Fathom’s Discrimination of Cuban-born passengers

CABA Letter to Carnival on Fathom

CABA Letter to President Barack Obama

Letter to President Barack Obama on behalf of the Cuban American Bar Association (CABA), a voluntary bar association representing the Cuban American legal community, regarding your upcoming visit to Cuba on March 21st.

CABA Celebrates Supreme Court Decision In Obergefell V. Hodges

The United States Supreme Court, in a vote of 5-4, rules that the Constitution’s guarantees of due process and equal protection under the law mean that states cannot ban same-sex marriages

CABA Applauds The Plaintiffs In Obergefell V. Hodges

The United States Supreme Court heard two and half hours of oral arguments on Tuesday, April 28, 2015, on the issue of marriage equality.