Since 2011, A. Dax Bello has been an integral part of the Cuban American Bar Association (CABA). After years of representing the Cuban-American community through hard work, dedication, and professional legal counsel, Attorney Bello has been nominated as Vice President of CABA.
His role is effective immediately.
“CABA is an organization that I hold near and dear to my heart,” said Dax. “Having spent over 6 years as a board member and having chaired nearly all of its committees, I am honored and humbled to have been elected as CABA's Vice President under our President, and my dear friend, Jorge Piedra. I look forward to yet another year of growth as an organization, to continue increasing funds for our scholarship programs, and to provide top-quality pro-bono legal representation to less fortunate members of our community.”
At Stewart Tilghman Fox Bianchi & Cain, we could not be prouder of Dax. We know he will go above and beyond to uphold CABA’s noble reputation, exhibiting the same characteristics of wisdom, leadership, and humility that were apparent throughout his six years of sterling service.
About the Cuban American Bar Association (CABA)
Founded in 1974 by lawyers of Cuban descent, the Cuban American Bar Association is a non-profit voluntary bar association that is focused on key issues facing the Cuban community. They serve the local community and the community at large through key initiatives, such as the CABA Pro Bono Project, their defense of human rights in Cuba, the assistance provided to Cuban-American law students and law students interested in the Cuban-American community, and more.
To learn more about CABA, we encourage you to visit them online here.