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From Beyond the Billable: 3 Reasons You Should Apply to be a BBA Public Interest Leader

Today, the BBA began recruiting applicants for another class of Public Interest Leaders. Beyond the Billable compiled the top 3 reasons why you should consider applying:

1) Engage with Leaders in the Profession:

PILP gives you the opportunity to meet and connect with prominent leaders in the profession that you otherwise would not encounter. PILP is designed to connect emerging leaders with leaders in government, legal services and through the Boston legal community to discuss and address the most pressing issues facing our society. In doing so, you will connect with like-minded peers early in your career — who will become colleagues, collaborators, and friends.


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Solo & Small Firm Committees

  • Solo & Small Firm Public Policy Committee
    The BBA is very active in legislative and regulatory changes. Attorneys are often asked to lend their expertise.
  • Solo & Small Firms Communications Committee
  • Steering Committee
    The goal of the Committee for Attorneys with Disabilities is to build fellowship between attorneys with disabilities and their professional allies; share experiences, resources and career advancement strategies; and provide a forum for increased communication and understanding within the legal community. The Committee will work to develop opportunities for attorneys with disabilities and their allies to converge in social and educational settings.