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UPCOMING WEBINARS

5/19: Superior Court Model Civil Jury Instructions: Learn From the Judges
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6/1: 
LEGAL WRITING SEMINAR: WITH SOME NOT-SO-TYPICAL TOPICS
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6/2:
LITIGATING RACIAL PROFILING OF DEFENDANTS AND JURORS
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6/9: MASSACHUSETTS LEGISLATIVE HISTORY
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6/29: GET TO KNOW ZOLA SUITE-Law Practice Management System
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  • Supreme Judicial Court Appoints New Co-Chairs ​For Massachusetts Access to Justice Commission

    The Supreme Judicial Court today announced the appointment of three new co-chairs to lead the Massachusetts Access to Justice Commission: the Honorable Serge Georges, Jr., Associate Justice of the Supreme Judicial Court; Marijane Benner Browne, Esq.; and Laura W. Gal, Esq. They will take office on June 30, 2021, succeeding current co-chair Susan M. Finegan, Esq., and the late Honorable Ralph D. Gants, former Chief Justice of the Supreme Judicial Court, who served as co-chair of the Commission until his death last September. Read Full Article
  • Supreme Judicial Court Appoints Chief Information Officer

    The Justices of the Supreme Judicial Court are pleased to announce the appointment of Steven Duncan as the Judiciary’s new Chief Information Officer effective April 1, 2021. In this role Mr. Duncan, a technology professional with more than 20 years of experience, will oversee technology planning and implementation for the Massachusetts Appellate and Trial Courts. Most recently, he served as the Director of Information Technology for Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government. Read Full Article
  • Trial Court to Host Virtual Town Hall in Malden

    On Thursday, March 11th at 12:00pm, the Massachusetts Trial Court, elected officials, and community partners will host a virtual town hall meeting for the Malden community to provide information on court services and community resources during the COVID-19 pandemic. Topics discussed will include court processes, housing and homelessness prevention, substance use, and domestic violence. Read Full Article

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