- Special task force on courts recommends major changes
- MBA seeks nominations for officers, delegates
- MBA to challenge anniversary fees on Beacon Hill and in court
- Foundation seeks Fellows nominations
- Annual Conference '04 grows to three days of seminars, meetings and 'Tech Talks'
- New programs, pricing lead the way to bigger, better Annual Conference 2004
- Special low prices make AC04 a 'must'
- Thursday sessions highlight practice, career issues
- Children's advocate Edelman to give keynote at 2004 Gala Dinner
- O'Flaherty to be honored as MBA Legislator of the Year
- 'Enemy Aliens' author to speak at Access to Justice Awards lunch
- Future of law practice the focus of talk, forum
- Access to Justice Awards Luncheon
- Access to Justice Section Council nominates award recipients
- Come out a winner at the Gala Dinner
- Day Pass lets you see the latest in legal tech, services
- Resume Drop helps you find, list jobs at Annual Conference
- Sponsors, exhibitors of Annual Conference 2004
- If work climate is hostile, turn to senior partner
- Computer training for lawyers & staff for December
- Be a judge, be a mentor … 'Get Involved'
- Member Spotlight
- MBA welcomes new members
- News from Western Mass.
- Sidebar Series
- Members mingle after 'Chicago'
- Expanded programming at AC04 responds to your needs
- Pathway to justice must not be blocked
- Discussing the Patriot Act
- Goodridge decision 'fascinating' say MBA officers
- HOD approves courts report, 'anniversary fee' challenge
- Local, specialty bar leaders gather for first-ever institute
- Woman settles medical malpractice case for $1 million
- 'Barman' offers humorous, true look at the birth of a lawyer
Hailing the Supreme Judicial Court's decision declaring unconstitutional the state's ban on same-sex marriage, MBA leaders said they believe the landmark decision leaves little to no room for opponents to legislatively prevent such unions.
A report by the Court Study Task Force, action on the so-called "anniversary fee" and approval of this year's Access to Justice Award winners topped the agenda for the Nov. 13 meeting of the MBA House of Delegates in Worcester.
More than 40 executive directors and other leaders representing 20 local and specialty bars across Massachusetts gathered on Oct. 31 for the first MBA Bar Leadership Institute.
|SJC Chief Justice Margaret H. Marshall addresses the MBA Bar Leadership Institute.
A woman referred to her attorney through the MBA's Lawyer Referral Service recently received a $1 million settlement after enduring a horrific illness allegedly resulting from surgery.
Atty. Clyde D. Bergstresser represented the woman who sued her attending gynecologist, a medical resident and a radiologist by alleging that doctors' mistakes during an unnecessary hysterectomy led her to becoming severely ill with a flesh-eating bacteria.
How does one become an attorney? No, this is not the beginning of a lawyer joke. Nor am I speaking of the specific requirements needed to become a lawyer. Take the LSAT. Go to law school. Pass the Bar. Get sworn in. Now you are an attorney. I'm talking about that intangible thing that happens to you as a person during this process, when suddenly you feel that you can honestly say, "Yes, I am an attorney."