The BBA's Summer Jobs program is setting the pace, 38 firms have secured 55 paid internships for Boston Public High School students. Learn more here.
Continuing the Conversation: The Equal Justice Coalition’s Legislative Recognition Reception. For the full post, click here.
If you are a recently admitted lawyer in MA, take a look at the BBA's Practicing with Professionalism Page to register. Don't delay, five dates are already sold out!
On May 12, 1,300 members of the bar will hear from keynote Mayor Martin Walsh and see 60 volunteers honored for their work on the BBA Marathon Assistance Project. Learn More.
Join the Boston Bar Foundation for Casino Night for Summer Jobs March 27, 2014. All money raised is dedicated to the M. Ellen Carpenter Fund, which supports the BBA Summer Jobs Program and funds paid internships for Boston Public High School students.
Learn more about attending or sponsoring this event.
The BBA is responsible for the creation of the successful Business Litigation Session which efficiently manages business disputes and has increased the efficiency and quality of judicial services provided to individuals, and any business involved in complex commercial disputes.
After 10 years of work on homestead reform, the BBA lauded the Commonwealth's adoption of reforms providing greater protection for homeowners. The BBA continues to explore ways to advance consumer protection and its Consumer Protection Work Group continues to collaborate with the Attorney General's office to modernize regulations in a number of areas including the collection of consumer debt.
The BBA frequently comments on proposed court rule changes. Our Sections serve as a resource and provide guidance to the courts on procedural and administrative changes and maintain a continuing dialogue with judges.
For more information about our work in this area or to learn how to get involved, please email Kathleen Joyce, Director of Government Relations, at email@example.com.
MARCH 06TH 2014
With Chief Justice Roderick Ireland’s recent announcement of his July 25th retirement...
FEBRUARY 27TH 2014
As we’ve said before, Walk to the Hill is only the start of civil legal aid advocacy...