The BBA’s M. Ellen Carpenter Financial Literacy Program concludes with a “Consequences” session at the United States Bankruptcy Court, District of Massachusetts. This consists of a mock trial portion in which the students participate as well as a discussion and Q&A portion between the volunteers and the students.
This session serves to expose students to the ultimate consequences of misusing or abusing credit, as well as to introduce them to the legal profession via interactions with lawyers and a bankruptcy judge. Attorneys with prior or current experience related to bankruptcy law are encouraged to sign up for one of our three confirmed sessions. We are seeking five volunteers for each session, and it is possible that additional sessions may be added in the coming weeks. We are currently seeking volunteers from 9:30 to 11:30 AM at the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Boston for the following three dates:
- April 1, 2020
- April 29, 2020
- May 7, 2020
The M. Ellen Carpenter Financial Literacy Program is made possible by the Charles P. Normandin Fund. This fund provides critical support for the bankruptcy-related pro bono, public service, and civic programs of the Boston Bar Association. For more information on the BBF or this fund, please click here.