Javier F. Flores Named HNBA's Region I President

May 16, 2017

MG+M is pleased to announce Javier F. Flores has been named Region I President of the Hispanic National Bar Association (HNBA), and will serve on its Board of Governors.

The HNBA is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, national membership organization that represents the interests of Hispanic legal professionals in the United States and its territories. The organization is divided into nineteen regions; Region I encompasses all of New England: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont. The HNBA’s Board of Governors is comprised of 19 Regional Presidents who ensure the execution of the Association’s local, regional, and national programs by working closely with the HNBA Executive Committee and the HNBA Affiliate Organizations across the country.

Javier is a Partner in MG+M’s Boston office and a member of the firm’s Complex Litigation Group. He is a practiced litigator with significant experience defending a wide variety of civil matters, and serves as chair of the firm’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee. Javier has built a reputation of commitment to inclusiveness as an advocate for diversity in the legal industry. He has successfully litigated cases throughout the country on behalf of a broad range of defendants, ranging from Fortune 500 companies to small businesses. Javier is a 2017 Fellow of the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity, and has been a featured speaker on matters of diversity and litigation practice.

A dedicated member of the organization, Javier has been Chair of the HNBA’s Litigation and Dispute Resolution Section since 2015. In March, he was recognized at the HNBA Corporate Counsel Conference in Miami and received HNBA’s 2017 Top Lawyers Under 40 Award.

“I am honored to fill the role of HNBA Region I President and will work tirelessly to promote and benefit the HNBA and its affiliate organizations, the Massachusetts Association of Hispanic Attorneys, Connecticut Hispanic Bar Association, and Rhode Island Hispanic Bar Association,” said the Boston attorney.