Edward J. Loya, Jr., Member of the Firm, becomes Dallas Hispanic Bar Association President at the 2024 Board Swearing-In Ceremony. Texas State Bar President-Elect Steve Benesh presented opening remarks at this event, co-sponsored by Epstein Becker Green. This year, Loya will also serve as a Director on the Dallas Bar Association Board of Directors.

“The DFW metroplex is home to one of the largest concentrations of Hispanics in the country," Loya said. "I am honored to serve as the 2024 President of this special organization, in this special place, at this special time. I’m grateful to all of our supporters, including Dallas and Texas-wide bar leaders, federal and state jurists, and esteemed Dallas lawyers, who showed up to support the DHBA and our Board.”

Eddie Loya, Jr., with members of the Dallas Hispanic Bar Association Board

Edward J. Loya, Jr., with 2024 DHBA Board of Directors and Texas State Bar President-Elect Steve Benesh

Eddie Loya, Jr., with Texas State Bar President Elect Steve Benesh

Edward J. Loya, Jr., with Texas State Bar President-Elect Steve Benesh

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1401 Turtle Creek Blvd, Dallas, TX 75207

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