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Formed in 1989, the Armenian Bar Association provides an arena for lawyers of Armenian heritage to come together socially and professionally and to address the legal concerns of the Armenian community. With the creation of an independent Republic of Armenia, the Association undertook the task of helping to build and encourage the growth of democratic institutions in Armenia.

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United AIO

What We’re Doing

For several months, the Armenian Bar Association has been collaborating with various Armenian diasporan organizations to organize a virtual conference in early June. This coalition is led by the diasporan community’s professional organizations and supported by a number of sister organizations.

  • Gather and Focus the Community’s Intellectual and Material Resources
  • Identify Challenges, Propose Solutions and Build a New Model for Diasporan Engagement
  • Meet the critical needs of Armenia
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This group of apolitical, areligious, mostly non-profit organizations is referred to as United Armenian Inter-Org, otherwise known as United AIO (pronounced AYO!).
United AIO

What We’re Doing

For several months, the Armenian Bar Association has been collaborating with various Armenian diasporan organizations to organize a virtual conference in early June. This coalition is led by the diasporan community’s professional organizations and supported by a number of sister organizations.

  • Gather and Focus the Community’s Intellectual and Material Resources
  • Identify Challenges, Propose Solutions and Build a New Model for Diasporan Engagement
  • Meet the critical needs of Armenia
Learn More
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