On Tuesday, law students and attorneys mingled with legal services organizations at Suffolk University Law School to learn about pro bono opportunities across the Commonwealth. Over 30 organizations passed out flyers and collected information on potential volunteers. If you were unable to make it to the event, we’ve included a few photos from the evening below and we hope you join us next year!
Representatives from Mass Legal Answers Online and the Volunteer Lawyers Project of the Boston Bar Association speak with attendees.
Ting Chiu tables for Greater Boston Legal Services.
A Suffolk law student hears more information on the Political Asylum Immigration Representation (PAIR) Project.
(Left to Right) Abbe Hershberg, BBA Family Law Section Public Service Committee Co-Chair, Carolyn Mitchell and Cassandra Shavney of the BBA, and Michael McDermott, BBA New Lawyers Section Public Service Committee Co-Chair, table on behalf of the Boston Bar Association.
Law Students and attorneys meet with numerous organizations and hear about their work and pro bono opportunities.
An attendee learns about the work of Project Citizenship.
Barbara Oro and Rochelle Hahn gladly explain the new Mass Legal Answers Online Project.
If you’d like information on the organizations present at the fair, please email Cassandra Shavney at email@example.com.