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Thank you to everyone who came out to to join us in celebration of Black Legal Excellence at our 2019 Annual Gala!Click here for more.
On March 27, 2019 Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced the appointment of Bethany Serota as Deputy Director of the Mayor’s Office of Fair Housing and Equity. Please join us in congratulating BethanyClick here for more
Click the link below to view an interactive calendar of events hosted by the MBLA.Click here for more
Failure to communicate is a leading source of malpractice claims, while the right communication strategy can turn a difficult client into a referral source.Read More
The MBLA Building The Legacy Scholarship Fund supports the MBLA's portfolio of student scholarships. This fund was created through a partnership with the Boston Bar Foundation. As the BBF is a 501(c)(3) organization, all contributions to the fund are tax-deductible to the extent provided by law.Click here to donate
Long Road to Justice has now been permanently installed in the Edward W. Brooke Courthouse. You can visit the exhibit during courthouse hours.Click here for more
The MBLA Attorney Referral Program is intended to connect the many individuals who reach out to the Massachusetts Black Lawyers Association seeking attorney representation with MBLA member attorneys who represent clients in those areas.Click here
Since 1973, the Massachusetts Black Lawyers Association (MBLA) has provided a valuable network and visible presence for attorneys of color within the Massachusetts legal community.
The MBLA is responsible for providing its membership with professional development and career advancement through trainings, continued education and mentorship programs.
The MBLA also sponsors forums on current topics of interest to persons in the legal community, and seeks collaborations with other bar associations and professional organizations, particularly those interested in providing services to communities of color.