Welcome Friends, Colleagues, and Visitors to the Litigation Section!
The Boston Bar Association (BBA) has a long history of commitment to education, community service, and access to justice. The Litigation Section of the BBA shares and promotes those goals. It is fun to note that this long history goes all back all the way to President John Adams, a litigator who was also one of the early presidents of the BBA.
Today's Litigation Section is composed of over 1,400 civil litigators sharing a common interest in trial advocacy before the courts and in alternative dispute resolution. The Litigation Section is a forum for discussion and exchange of ideas leading to the improvement of individual trial skills and engagement on issues that affect the profession as a whole. The Litigation Section is made up of 13 committees, each with at least two co-chairs with a special expertise. The programming of the committees makes up the core of the Section's activities, and includes substantive law discussions on topical and timeless issues in brown bag lunch meetings, CLE programming, panel discussions and symposia, as well as social and networking events.
On the BBA's website, you can learn more about the Litigation Section's programs, events and activities.
We particularly wish to invite law students and new lawyers to attend our programs and events. If you would like to participate or learn more about Litigation Section activities, please contact us. And please visit and comment at the Litigation Section's Linked In page!
Once again, welcome, and we hope you will become involved with the BBA and its Litigation Section.
Lisa M. Tittemore and Christopher M. Morrison