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LMBA Endorsement of Initiative 940


Joint Minority Bar Associations Statement on Violence in Charlottesville


LMBA’s Statement on the Death of Charleena Lyles:


Thank you all for your support of the annual dinner! Photos by Andre Dayani are now available to view here

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Thank you to Seattle Mayor Ed Murray for proclaiming May 19, 2017 as Philip L. Burton Memorial Scholarship Day!




 Notice of Judicial Vacancy: Benton and Franklin County Superior Court

NOTICE – Amended Bylaws adopted April 3, 2017.

View them here.





The Loren Miller Bar Association Neighborhood Legal Clinic

In partnership with the King County Bar Association, we staff and operate an LMBA Neighborhood Legal Clinic in Renton. This effort is an outgrowth of our joint meeting with the NAACP and Urban League in 2015 and other voices that have asked LMBA to provide our community with representation from attorneys of color.
The clinic is open every Tuesday night, from 6:30-8:30pm
To make an appointment call 206- 267-7070, Tuesday – Thursday from 9:00am- 12:00 pm. Please note, appointments are scheduled no more than 7 days in advance. The scheduling line receives a high volume of calls so you may experience wait times between 5 to 10 minutes.

Attorneys- If you are interested in volunteering, please fill out the volunteer application. When applying, select Neighborhood Legal Clinics as the program and, in the comments section, write “interested in Renton Loren Miller Bar Association Legal Clinic”. Volunteer Application: Volunteers will receive training and be asked to staff the clinic once every 6 to 8 weeks.

If you have questions please email or

Clinic location: Downtown Renton Public Library 100 Mill Ave. South Renton, WA 98057

See LMBA Letter to Snohomish County officials:



Loren Miller Bar Association

Welcome to the Loren Miller Bar Association’s (LMBA) website. LMBA is a statewide organization and local affiliate of the National Bar Association (“NBA”), which is the oldest minority bar and the largest organization of African-American attorneys in the United States. For more than 40 years, the Loren Miller Bar Association has thrived in its efforts to advance the social and economic well-being of our membership, while improving relations between the legal profession and community at-large. The legal profession is experiencing a time of enormous transformation and change. The Loren Miller Bar Association will continue to provide leadership, networking opportunity and understanding of complex issues as we continue to wade through what have been tumultuous economic times. This site will help you to remain informed, get involved, and stay connected. Browse through these pages and you will find many opportunities throughout the year to become active in our programs and events.