Daily Archives: Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Do You Know a BPS Teacher Interested in Law Day in the Schools?

Attorneys teach Boston public school students about a law-related topic every year through the BBA Law Day in the Schools Program.

Attorneys teach Boston public school students about a law-related topic every year through the BBA Law Day in the Schools Program.

This year will mark the 30th anniversary of the BBA’s Law Day in the Schools Program. From April 27th through June 3rd, attorneys will head out across the city to teach Boston public school students about Miranda Rights. Do you know a Boston public school teacher who may be interested in participating? The program is open to students kindergarten through 12th grade.

Please contact Katie D’Angelo at [email protected] if you know a teacher who may be interested in getting his or her students involved.

New Lawyers Volunteer at Pine Street Inn

New Lawyers spent Saturday morning serving food at the Pine Street Inn.

New Lawyers spent Saturday morning serving food at the Pine Street Inn.

The BBA’s weekend volunteer opportunities have been filling up quickly! Last week a group of attorneys headed to the Pine Street Inn to help prepare meals for the homeless at the Pine Street Inn and learn about the problem of homelessness in Boston.

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Are you looking for a similar volunteer opportunity? Don’t miss the Greater Boston Food Bank on March 23rd from 5:30-8:00 pm. Click here to learn more.

Summer Internship Applications Being Accepted Through March 7, 2016

The deadline for the BBA Summer Internship Program has been extended to March 7, 2016.

The deadline for the BBA Summer Internship Program has been extended to March 7, 2016.

The Boston Bar Association’s Diversity & Inclusion Section’s Summer Internship application deadline has been extended to Monday, March 7, 2016. Placements are available in the following courts: Boston Municipal Courts, Land Court, Massachusetts District Courts, the Massachusetts Superior Court, the Probate and Family Court, the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Massachusetts, and the United States Bankruptcy Appellate Panel for the First Circuit.  Placements are also available with the Massachusetts Department of Labor Standards, the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, and the Roxbury and Quincy offices of the Committee for Public Counsel Services (CPCS). The application period for the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office placements has ended.

The BBA’s internship experiences are complemented by a series of career exploration programs at the BBA, observation in a number area courts, as well as opportunities to connect with leaders in the BBA community and our affinity bar partner organizations. Law students of all backgrounds are invited to participate in this valuable opportunity to grow in understanding of one another and to ask deeper questions about what they can expect as they move forward in the profession.

There are specific guidelines and requirements for each placement. Students are encouraged to carefully read the application requirements and specifications for each position sought before submitting your application. Application instructions are available on our program website along with instructions for how to apply.