UKRAINIAN AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION
The Ukrainian American Bar Association (UABA) is a national bar association created in 1977 whose members are U.S. judges, attorneys and law students of Ukrainian descent and those American attorneys with an interest in Ukrainian matters. Associate Member status is available to foreign jurists from other jurisdictions, such as Canada and Ukraine, who share the UABA’s goals and dedication to the rule of law, and the UABA’s mission objectives.
August 24, 2021
It is with great pride that the Ukrainian American Bar Association joins all Ukrainians, far and wide, in celebrating Ukraine’s 30th Anniversary of Independence!
While Ukraine regained its independence only 30 years ago, throughout its deep history, Ukraine has faced numerous hardships and persevered through it all – wars, famines, conquests, and divisions. The Ukrainian people have overcome adversity and stood up for democracy and the rule of law. They have stood together and risked their lives for freedom, determined to end tyranny and oppression. This new chapter of the Ukrainian nation is a beacon of hope for people worldwide who remain under oppressive rule in their respective countries.
The Ukrainian American Bar Association will continue to stand by Ukraine and its people in their resolve to preserve democracy and the rule of law and to restore Ukraine’s territorial integrity.
Dear Friends and Members of UABA,
Please note that due to the COVID-19 pandemic we have decided to reschedule our Fall Annual Meeting to now be held in the Fall of 2022. We are actively working to put together a wonderful program in a safe space where we can all practice social distancing. To that end, the venue is TBD and we will provide further details upon confirmation of space availability. We encourage you to monitor our website for frequent updates regarding our meeting's location and schedule of events.
Ukrainian American Bar Association
Тихо плаче Україна сльозами і кров'ю
Dear members and friends,
We care about your health and safety during the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. We encourage you to access the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention at cdc.gov for answers to most common COVID-19 related questions such as how to protect yourself, detect the illness and prevent exposure. Many state agencies are posting frequent updates on COVID-19 risk levels, number of cases, and recommended precautions. Please check with your state, county and local health agencies for continual updates.
Officers and Governors of the UABA
Greetings by Oleksii Holubov, General Consul from Ukraine in New York at UABA's Socially-Distanced Brunch 10/10/20
Remarks by Serhiy Dvornyk on behalf of the Permanent Mission of Ukraine to the United Nations at UABA's Socially-Distanced Brunch 10/10/20