1. To encourage young, local African Americans to enter the study and practice of law, through recruitment and by raising money for scholarships and summer interns.
2. To convey appropriate legal information to the African American public by sponsoring seminars and maintaining a speakers’ bureau.
3. To improve the practice of law by encouraging its members to form partnerships.
4. To strive for continuing legal education.
5. To make the Association more widely known to the community by facilitating the exchange of ideas and information among minority members of local, state, and national associations.
6. To promote a positive image of the minority bar.
7. To involve the association in the promulgation and enactment of legislation favorable to minorities.