2019 Iftar

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By joining MBASC as an annual member you will receive all the benefits provided by the organization and join the large community of attorneys in Southern California.

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Membership in MBASC entails many benefits aside from being a part of the Muslim legal community. Members get access to a listserv that keeps attorneys connected for legal questions and referrals. Furthermore membership gives access to free and discounted events including MCLEs, panels, and our Annual Iftar. Being a member of the MBASC has finally given me a real sense of community. It is inspiring to be surrounded by intelligent individuals aspiring to uplift the community and instill a sense of pride in being a Muslim lawyer in Southern California.”

Imran Syed

“I joined the MBASC because it is a valuable resource for attorney members as well as the Muslim community. We are a diverse network of legal professionals who support one another while giving back to the community.”

Tarek Shawky

MBASC was established in 2007 by a diverse group of Muslim attorneys to build and create a culturally representative community of attorneys in the Southern California area.


The objectives of this non-profit professional association are:

To advance the interests of the membership.

To promote social justice and help guarantee the full, fair and equal representation of Muslims and other culturally diverse communities;

To provide resources to the local Muslim communities, including educational and legal resources.

To educate the broader community about issues concerning Muslim attorneys.

To collaborate and provide support to other bar and legal organizations.

To further the professional development of Muslim attorneys in the Southern California area.

To promote Muslim participation in local, state and federal executive, legislative, and judicial decision-making processes.

To provide law student Members with resources to succeed in law school and further their legal careers.