This month, you heard from seven attorneys who volunteered their time to teach BBA interns about a wide range of legal topics. The attorneys discussed their experiences training interns, and why they were motivated to participate. Check out what they had to say in Part One and Part Two of this three-part feature.
The trainings were organized by the Boston Bar Association Lawyer Referral Service, the largest public service program of the Boston Bar Association, dedicated to helping members of the public in need of assistance connect with attorneys.
We would like to thank all of the attorneys who volunteered their time to conduct training sessions for the BBA’s new interns:
Roger Bertling (Law Offices of Roger Bertling) – Bankruptcy
Dan Biagiotti (Legal Advocacy & Resource Center) – LARC & Legal Services Overview
Lauren Brown (Mikowski & Leonard) – Business Law and Intellectual Property
Kyle Crossley (Audax Group) – Torts
Rachel Engdahl (Law Office of Rachel L. Engdahl) – Family Law
Joseph Gregory (Joseph Gregory Esq.) – Immigration Law
Ilir Kavaja – (Kavaja Law) – Criminal Law
Mary Lee (Mary K.Y. Lee P.C.) – Real Estate & Landlord/Tenant Law
William McLeod (United States Bankruptcy Court) – Bankruptcy
Chik Mone (Pierce, Davis & Perritano, LLP) – Torts
Dino Santangelo (Law Office of Dino R. Santangelo) – Public Benefits & Health Law
Joseph Sommer (Sommer & Associates) – Trusts & Estate Planning
Pamela Thomure – Employment Law
If you are interested in becoming involved in future training sessions, please contact Solana Goss, the LRS Intake Coordinator, at [email protected].