By Xiumei Dong for Law360.com After five consecutive months of growth, the legal industry experienced a slight drop in employment in March, with the sector losing about 600 jobs, according to data released by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Approximately 1,180,900 people were employed in the legal industry last month, a 0.05% decline from the 1,181,500 […]
April 13, 5:30-7:00 PM, Boston Bar Association, 16 Beacon Street, Boston, MA The BBA’s Delivery of Legal Services Section invites you to a mixer to connect with friends and colleagues over appetizers and drinks. Section members as well as their colleagues, folks working in legal services organizations, and new lawyers and law students interested in […]
Application Open Now! Each year, the Equal Justice Works National Advisory Committee presents eight law students throughout the country with a Regional Public Interest Award. Chosen for their innovation, impact, and commitment to public interest law, each of the students selected is recognized for providing extraordinary service through clinics, volunteer work, internships, and more. Recipients of the Regional […]
The Massachusetts Access to Justice Commission’s Racial Equity and Justice Committee invites BC Law students to this free program “Court Data on Race and Ethnicity in Civil Cases: Access to Justice Opportunities and Challenges” held on April 12 from 2-5 (reception to follow) at the MCLE Conference Center, Ten Winter Place, Boston. The program convenes […]
By Jessie Yount for Law.com Competition for midmarket deal work is heating up. Falling demand in corporate practices has meant a return to more modest transactions for Am Law Second 50 firms that seized big-ticket deals in the deal boom of 2021, according to firm leaders and industry consultants, and increasingly, large firms are looking […]
April 11th, 2-4 PM, Boston Bar Association, Register here Join the BBA and Rian Immigrant Center! This Forms Workshop will provide volunteer attorneys and law students with opportunity to assist members of our community with completing basic immigration forms, including citizenship applications, applications for temporary protected status, green card renewals, and work permit renewals. This […]
We hope to see you at PILF’s Annual Auction and celebration of public interest! RSVP today!
The Housing Discrimination Testing Program (HDTP) at Suffolk Law School is looking for paid volunteers to become housing discrimination testers. Interested BC Law students, please email Kelly Vieira to RSVP to the two-part training on March 28th and 29th, 2023 from 6 to 7:30 PM. Why you should be a Tester The Role of a Tester HDTP is […]