MBA Pro Bono Prescription
The Massachusetts Bar Association and
the Medical-Legal Partnership Massachusetts network have joined
forces to create MBA Pro Bono Prescription. This pioneering
initiative brings together volunteer attorneys and medical
professionals to promote the health and well-being of low-income
patients through legal advocacy. Pro bono contributions can vary
depending on availability and interests, including:
- Individual case advocacy;
- Legal research and writing; and
- Advocacy projects.
you are a member of the public seeking free or reduced-fee legal
assistance, please visit www.MassLegalHelp.org.
To find out more about this
program, read these FAQs.
this free MBA
Legal Chat through MBA On Demand to learn about the basics of
the program from Hinna Mushtaque, Esq., from Family Advocates
of Central Mass. and Samantha Morton, Esq., executive director
of the Medical-Legal Partnership | Boston.
If you are an attorney and are interested in the MBA pro Bono
Prescription Program, reach out to the contact in your region:
If you are in the medical field and
interested in the MBA Pro Bono Prescription program, visit the National Center for Medical-Partnership to
learn more about MLPs in your community and how to launch a