BBA's Public Service Connection Newsletter
The Contributions of Lawyers in Our Community

Law Day in the Schools Challenges Teens to Think Outside the Box
Hear from Krokidas & Bluestein attorneys Jill Brenner Meixel and Allison Belanger about their experience volunteering for Law Day in the Schools.
See More Photos from Law Day in the Schools
Our Law Day in the Schools Program connects attorneys and students to talk about important issues. This year's theme is "Liberty Under the Law: Empowering Youth, Assuring Democracy." Keep checking back as we add more photos of schools throughout the program!
Representing Veterans: Pro Bono Training Followed by Reception on May 22

Giselle Sterling, Veterans Services Commissioner for the City of Boston, will speak at a reception to follow a pro bono training on representing veterans in discharge status upgrade cases. All are welcome to attend the reception and hear from Commissioner Sterling. To register for the training, please click here. To register for the reception, please click here.

Countdown to Summer Jobs Begins!
In less than two months, Boston Public School students will be off to their first day of work in a Boston legal office through the BBA’s Summer Jobs Program. Thank you to the twenty-three organizations that have pledged to hire at least one student in 2018 and will provide teens a stepping stone for a future career.
Join the Junior Fellows Society & Senior Associates Section for a Happy Hour

Join the members of the Boston Bar Foundation's Junior Fellows Society and the Boston Bar Association’s Senior Associates Forum on Wednesday, May 16th at 6:00 PM for a spring happy hour at Scholars.

Upcoming Programs
Enabling Disability Rights at Home and Abroad: UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
Please join us as we welcome Professor Michael Stein to the BBA.  Professor Stein will discuss his extensive study and considerable impact on global disability rights and the future of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.
Meet the Immigration Section: Nuts and Bolts of Getting Involved in Immigration Law
This program is geared towards new attorneys, seasoned attorneys and law students who are interested in starting an immigration practice or curious about how to get involved. Members of BBA Immigration Steering Committee will be available to answer your questions on starting an immigration practice and immigration in general.
Upcoming BBF Grantee Organization Events
© 2018 All Rights Reserved
16 Beacon Street | Boston | MA 02108
Terms of Use | Privacy Policy |<<_APTIFY_PART_10067 "SendUserIDPasswordInUrl__emailPrefs(blacklink)">>
Questions, Comments? Contact
Get social with Us
   Facebook   LinkedIn