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The IABA is the only national association of Iranian-American judges, attorneys, legal scholars, and law students in the U.S. with over 1,500 members and eight chapters nationwide. The IABA’s mission is threefold: (1) to educate our community about legal issues of interest and ensure that the public and our representatives are informed on such matters; (2) to protect and advance the legal rights of our community; and (3) to foster and promote the achievements of Iranian American legal professionals.
The IABA has quickly risen as a premier minority bar association and has been at the forefront of protecting the rights of Iranian-Americans and other minorities, whether in courtrooms or in meetings with our elected officials.

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IABA Statement On Virginia Attorney General Dismissing Charges in Killing of Bijan Ghaisar Case

IABA Statement On Virginia Attorney General Dismissing Charges in Killing of Bijan Ghaisar Case The Iranian American Bar Association (IABA) is deeply dismayed by the Virginia Attorney General Jason Miyares’s recent April 22, 2022 decision…

Re: Statements Made by DA Todd Spitzer at IABA 2019 Conference

In light of the recent press reports regarding District Attorney Todd Spitzer’s statement at the 2019 Iranian American Bar Association (IABA) National Conference in Orange County, the IABA confirms that the DA quoted remarks of an assailant…

IABA Statement on Afghanistan: Take Action & Resources

August 23, 2021 The Iranian American Bar Association (IABA) is deeply saddened and alarmed by the deterioration of the rule of law, and ensuing humanitarian catastrophe, following decades of conflict and the recent United…

President Biden Should Offer Vaccines to the People of Iran

August 19, 2021 U.S. Leadership on Global Pandemic Response Should Not Be Tied to Politics Iranian American Groups Call for Aid to “Brave and Resilient” Iranian People   August 18, 2021 – A coalition…

IABA Applauds Reversal of the Travel Ban, and Will Continue Work to Achieve a Full Reversal and Remedy for those Affected

January 20, 2021 IABA welcomes and applauds the reversal of Presidential Proclamations 9645 and 9983 (also known as the Travel, Muslim, and African bans) announced by the new Biden administration today. Over the past four…

IABA Statement on the Fairness for High-Skilled Immigrants Act

IABA opposes the Fairness for High-Skilled Immigrants Act (“H.R. 1044/S. 386” or “the Bill”), as passed by the Senate on December 2, 2020, due to the detrimental impact it will have on diversity in employment-based immigration,…


The IABA is collecting information for individuals affected by the Travel Ban, to help us protect community rights, provide assistance to the individuals who may be targeted, and for use for legal actions and advocacy.

To fill out the form in English, click here.  

To fill it out in Persian, click: فرم فارسی

For more information on the Travel Ban, please visit our Travel Ban page, or go to: http://endthetravelban.com.

To view our lawsuit documents challenging the Travel Ban, click here.

Click here for more information: http://endthetravelban.com/

View Lawsuit Documents Here