Recognizing the always evolving nature of the consumer and
business relationship, the Massachusetts Bar Association last year
created the Consumer Advocacy Task Force, a group focused on
protecting consumer rights and acknowledging and promoting
consumer-friendly business practices.
Chaired by MBA Vice President Christopher A. Kenney, the group is
composed of several attorneys from a mix of backgrounds. Now
embarking on its second year together, the task force is well
underway with its main objectives.
I am now a seasoned, experienced president of the Massachusetts
Bar Association, having finished an entire month's tenure. And here
is my takeaway, so far.
Extended applause and whistles greeted Marsha V. Kazarosian,
president of the Massachusetts Bar Association, as she took to the
podium at the MBA's President's Reception Sept. 18, at the Boston
Kazarosian kicked off the 2014-2015 association year by
emphasizing the importance of creating a strong MBA community. She
dedicated her year as president to fostering relationships -
particularly between lawyers and judges - and furthering
Supreme Judicial Court Chief Justice Ralph D. Gants will deliver
his first State of the Judiciary Address to the legal community at
the Massachusetts Bar Association's annual Bench-Bar Symposium at 4
p.m., on Thursday, Oct. 16, at the John Adams Courthouse.