Playing Paparazzi – Summer Jobs Snapshots

Liraniz Colón and Mackaila Garcia were funded by the Boston Bar Association to intern at the Volunteer Lawyers Project of the Boston Bar Association through the BBA Summer Jobs Program.

Liraniz Colón and Mackaila Garcia were funded by the Boston Bar Association to intern at the Volunteer Lawyers Project of the Boston Bar Association through the BBA Summer Jobs Program.

If you’ve been reading BBA Week this summer, you’re familiar with our “Summer Jobs Snapshots,” weekly features offering both an in-depth and on-site look into what the BBA Summer Jobs students were up to this summer. If you’ve been too busy enjoying summer to catch up with our students, not a problem – we compiled all the snapshots in one place for you.

Take a trip and visit our students on site, by checking out the articles below:

  •  Myntah Morris mentored Lucy Pimental through Burns & Levinson LLP’s unique mentoring model for BBA Summer Jobs students. Click here to view the full article.
  • Liraniz Colón and Mackaila Garcia learned about legal services through their BBF funded internship at the Volunteer Lawyers Project of the Boston Bar Association. Click here for more.
  • Erik Solis gained insight into the legal field, as well at the financial advising, through his internship in the legal department of LPL Financial. Read the full article here.
  • Loyanni Carvalho-Mendes, Jose Maria, Olivier Tingue, and Emily Mercado spent their summer rotating through the different departments at Edwards Wildman Palmer LLP and prepping for their MOOT Court Competition. Click here for more.
  • Julia Hancock, whose position was funded by the BBF, observed court hearings at the Roxbury District Court during her internship at the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office. Click here for the full article.
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