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Pro Bono

Volunteer Lawyers Project Seeks Fall Interns

The Volunteer Lawyers Project’s Fall Internship Application is now open and will close on July 8th at 4 PM.  This is a great way to gain legal experience while engaging in pro bono work on behalf of underrepresented clients and communities. Apply here!

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Government & Public Interest

Sign-Up by Friday – Spring Into Service Week (April 4-9) with PILF & LSA

Please see the below invitation and become a part of BC Law’s strong tradition of giving back to local communities while having the chance to work together on and off campus throughout the week.  Please join PILF & LSA in signing up to participate in BC Law’s Spring Into Service Week from Monday, April 4th – Saturday, April 9th! PILF […]

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Government & Public Interest

WCL: How Can Clean Air Act Enforcement Effectively Mitigate Climate Change and Improve Environmental Justice Efforts?

March 23, 2022, 12- 1:30 PM, $15 for WCL members, Register here Presented by: WBADC, Energy and Environmental Law Forum The Biden Administration has strongly focused on mitigating climate change and improving air quality in overburdened communities. What role can enforcement of the Clean Air Act (CAA) play in meeting these twin goals? Mary Greene, […]

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Pro Bono

Pro Bono Training with Project Citizenship and ILG, March 23 @ 12 PM

March 23, 2022, 12-1 PM, Stuart 407, RSVP here The Immigration Law Group will be hosting a training with Project Citizenship in preparation for volunteering with them on Citizenship Day on March 26. Held in conjunction with the City of Boston, this annual event has helped over 3,000 immigrants begin their path to citizenship. This year, […]

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Pro Bono

BC Law Pro Bono Spring Break Opportunity with the Navajo Nation Department of Justice – Apply Today!

The Navajo Nation’s Department of Justice (NNDOJ) will continue its tradition of hosting BC Law pro bono spring break volunteers during this semester’s spring break from March 7-11, 2022. This opportunity is co-sponsored with BC Law’s NALSA. Opportunities remain to volunteer with three out of four participating NNDOJ Units. This is a great way to […]

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Government & Public Interest

Newton Food Pantry Non-Perishable Food Drive

This week, BC Law community members can drop off non-perishable items in the Library or Yellow Room to support the Newton Food Pantry (NFP) Drive. Many may not know that food insecurity is an ongoing problem in Newton, and this will continue even after the pandemic eases its grip. During the holiday season, the need […]

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Government & Public Interest

PILF’s Toy Drive! Sign Up TODAY

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Pro Bono

Project Citizenship Citizenship Workshops – Fall 2021

Project Citizenship is planning to continue their virtual naturalization workshops this fall and they are starting to recruit law student volunteers for their remaining fall semester workshops. Workshops are virtual, over Zoom, though they will have an in-person workshop downtown on Thursday, 11/18 at 3:15pm. Interested law students can register here!

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Announcements

WCL Fall Kickoff – 9/21 @ 6PM

September 21, 2021, 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm, via Zoom; the link will circulate the day before the event. Register here. Join the Washington Council of Lawyers (WCL) as they bring the community back together at their Fall Kickoff. The Fall Kickoff is a chance to meet members of WCL’s vibrant pro bono and public-interest […]

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Government & Public Interest

BBA – Amplifying Unheard Voices: Perspectives of Trans and Gender Nonconforming Attorneys, Organizers and Advocates of Color

Tuesday, May 4, 5:30 to 6:30 You are invited to attend the Boston Bar Association’s Amplifying Unheard Voices series, which seeks to highlight and amplify underrepresented perspectives of attorneys, clients and communities that engage with the legal system regularly, and to move towards more equitable representation of and opportunities for these communities. This fourth discussion in the […]