PILF is partnering with the Children’s Rights Group, the Women’s Law Center, and If/When/How to host a bake sale on Wednesday, March 15. All proceeds from the bake sale support the Wonderfund’s “Period Party,” which is an initiative developed to provide youth involved with DCF with necessary menstrual products. You can purchase baked goods outside […]
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Beyond PILF 4K, Racial Justice and Hillinger Stipends, there are other sources of summer funding available to BC Law students to help supplement PILF funding. Please review the CSO’s resource on these summer funding sources and deadlines and make an appointment on SAGE with Michelle Grossfield if you have questions. Non-BC funding is most robust […]
The MBA is pleased to announce that the Massachusetts Bar Association’s Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. Scholarship is being offered again this year! This is an exciting program as it’s a great opportunity for graduating students seeking careers in public interest law to get both recognition and a $10,000 financial award. For more information and the […]
The latest issue of the American Bar Association (ABA) Section of Civil Rights and Social Justice’s award-winning quarterly Human Rights Magazine covers a diverse range of topics, from wage inequality and predatory lending to environmental justice and fair housing. BC Law’s Professor Mitchell is a contributor. Read the latest issue!
The Committee for Public Counsel Services (CPCS) opens summer internship applications for its criminal defense and civil practice divisions. For complete postings and application instructions, please see below. Public Defender Division Summer 2023 Internship Mental Health Litigation Division Summer 2023 Internship Private Counsel Division & Specialty Units Summer 2023 Internship Children and Family Law Division […]
The American Bar Association’s (ABA) Section of Civil Rights and Social Justice is proud to provide programs and resources celebrating the culture and history of Native people in the United States. Join their webinars this month as they take a close look at the legal issues that Native Americans are facing. The impressive panels and resources […]
November 8, 2022, 2-3:30 PM, Zoom, Register here MA Appleseed’s recent community-led report explores how racialized and gendered stereotyping, disconnection with teachers and curriculum, and a void of mental health supports create unique barriers and hostile school environments where girls of color are targeted for unjust discipline. Click the link here to access the recorded presentation of […]