The Access to Justice Fellows Program, a project of the Massachusetts Access to Justice Commission and the Lawyers Clearinghouse, enables senior lawyers and retired judges to partner with nonprofit organizations, courts, and other public service entities to increase equal justice for all. Although lawyers are encouraged to provide pro bono services throughout their careers, they are not often offered a role to play after retirement. By matching senior lawyers with groups that need their help, the program allows these lawyers to use their specialized skills and experience to do engaging pro bono work, remain active members of the legal community, and help people and groups in need.
Fellows have provided thousands of hours of pro bono service to dozens of nonprofit organizations, courts, and other public interest entities.
To view information about current and former program participants, click here.
Interested in becoming a Fellow or in hosting a Fellow at your organization? Find out how.
You can also support the Fellows Program and help increase access to justice!