The BBA’s Diversity & Inclusion Section’s Summer Internship Program The BBA’s Diversity & Inclusion Section had relaunched its Summer Internship Program, an opportunity for Boston area law students to gain access to internships in the BMC, Mass. District Courts, the Mass. Superior Court, the Probate and FamilyRead more →
The Judicial Nominating Commission has extended the deadline for applications for the Superior Court vacancies has to January 27, 2016. For a more information visit- https://www.massblacklawyers.org/resources/job-opportunities/massachusetts-judicial-vacancies/ Also remember the MBLA’s Judicial Appointment Committee is available to assist MBLA members with the judicial application process, including reviewing applications and interviewRead more →
Congratulations to MBLA Member, Lydia Edwards, for the Honorable Mention she received in the Boston Globe’s 2015 Bostonians of the Year. The full article can be found here.Read more →
The Trial Court Committee on Public Access to Court Records invites comments on proposed Trial Court Rule XIV, Uniform Rules on Public Access to Court Records. Proposed Trial Court Rule XIV consists of six rules as follows: Proposed Rule 1, Scope and Definitions Proposed Rule 2, AccessRead more →
Information Session on Friday, January 29, 2016, at 4:00 PM at the 16 Beacon Street (BBA Office).Read more →
Monday, January 18, 2016
9 am – 12noon
Pine Street Inn
Please join us for a networking community service fair featuring members of the Massachusetts Affinity Bar Associations, Affinity Leadership Consortium and other minority professional groups where you can network with each other and learn about ways to give back to the community by connecting with organizations looking for diverse volunteers.
Wednesday, January 20, 2015
6:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Ernst & Young, LLP
200 Clarendon Street
Please note that this event is limited to attorneys and professionals. We encourage students to attend one of the student-focused receptions being held by each organization in the coming weeks.Read more →
On November 4, 2015 close to 700 Black Bostonians met at Prince Hall Grand Lodge in response to a call from a coalition of Black leaders and reached a broad based consensus to make Boston an inclusive economy. The powerful and provocative presentation, entitled Freeze Frame BlackRead more →
Congratulations to the five winners of the inaugural Ropes & Gray Roscoe Trimmier Jr. Diversity Scholarship.
•Thanithia Billings, Boston College School of Law
•Tyler Cash, Cornell Law School
•Tanisha Edwards, University of North Carolina School of Law
•Deandré Harris, Columbia Law School
•Austin McLeod, New York University School of Law