19July, 2019

Lawyer Well-Being: Massachusetts SJC Steering Committee Releases Report [Clinical Blog]

The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Steering Committee on Lawyer Well-Being just released its final report yesterday.
Chief Justice Gants announced members of the Committee in October 2018, in response to the clear need bring stakeholders in the legal profession to work together to improve well-being. Our Executive Director, Anna Levine, worked with the SJC to form […]

13June, 2019

Proposals for ABA TECHSHOW 2020 Due June 21st!

ABA TECHSHOW is THE premier legal technology conference — and is calling for proposals for its 2020 conference, running from February 26 – 29 in Chicago.
Using technology can be critical to your success as a lawyer — but it depends on how you use it. As technology rapidly advances, it can feel overwhelming to stay informed […]

11June, 2019

MBA Sourcing Input to Better Support Solo + Small Law Practices

If you practice law in a solo or small law firm, answer 7 quick questions to help the MBA help you.
Law practice management is just one unique challenge solo and small firm lawyers face. As you may know, our organization offers free and confidential advice on law practice management and support for solo and small firm […]

2May, 2019

Published: Our Annual Report for Fiscal Year 2018

After a busy 40th year of service, we invite you to take a look and see what our organization accomplished in FY18.
As an independent nonprofit organization, Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers is the exclusive Lawyer Assistance Program for Massachusetts and operates the Massachusetts Law Office Management Assistance Program. We’ve been serving the Massachusetts bar since 1978, and […]

14March, 2019

Fee Agreement Best Practice Guide for Lawyers in Massachusetts [Templates]

Popular demand spoke and we formed a Fee Agreement Working Group in response. The group worked hard, and the Massachusetts Fee Agreement Best Practice Guide for Lawyers is now available for download!
In collaboration with the Massachusetts Bar Association and with input from the Massachusetts Office of Bar Counsel, we are happy to release the Massachusetts Fee Agreement Best Practice Guide […]

8March, 2019

ABA LTRC Women of Legal Tech Honorees 2019

The ABA’s Legal Technology Resource Center just honored 15 new “Women of Legal Tech”. Find out who’s joining the ranks — now 100 strong — and what they’re working on!
LTRC’s Women of Legal Tech initiative is intended to encourage diversity and celebrate women in legal technology. One of the American Bar Association’s core values is […]

23January, 2019

Lawyers for Affordable Justice: What Law Students + Lawyers Need to Know

LAJ offers mentorship and more to its panel attorneys, helping to fill the void of mandated professional training available for lawyers and close gaps in access to justice for the public.
Law students graduate into a lack of structure around training. While it can start in law school, sufficient training to transform from student to practicing […]

19December, 2018

Your Invitation to Our January 16th Breakfast Gathering!

What do lawyers and the holiday season have in common? They’re both absurdly busy.
And lawyers in the throes of holiday season? Come on.

So we’re bringing back our post-holiday New Year Networking Breakfast Party to celebrate after you’re through with most of your higher seasonal priorities.

You’re still a busy lawyer any day of the year, so […]

7June, 2018

NEW Workshop! Techniques for Practicing Law with ADHD

LCL has launched Free & Confidential Workshops, offering techniques for practicing law with ADHD.
Depending on your circumstances, ADHD can feel like a burden or a superpower. Clinical staff at Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers (LCL is the same organization behind our Mass LOMAP services) designed a 3-hour workshop specifically for law students, lawyers, and other legal professionals who face […]