Tiered Community Mentoring Program wraps up 2016 session

Thursday, Apr. 21, 2016

TCM Wrap-up

The Massachusetts Bar Association's Tiered Community Mentoring Program wrapped up its seventh year with an event and reception at the MBA in Boston on April 14. Featured speakers were Attorney General Maura Healey (bottom, right), MBA President Robert W. Harnais (bottom, second from right) and Massachusetts Probate and Family Court Chief Justice Angela M. Ordoñez (bottom, second from left). In addition, Associate Justice of the Massachusetts Appeals Court Diana L. Maldonado spoke to participating students and presented them with certificates. MBA Chief Legal Counsel and Chief Operating Officer Martin W. Healy was also in attendance (bottom, left).

The MBA's Tiered Community Mentoring Program provides high school, undergraduate and law school students access to legal professionals, an understanding of the legal profession and an awareness of the career opportunities available. Participating schools are Roxbury Community College, New Mission High School, Community Academy of Arts and Sciences (C.A.S.H), Brighton High School, Fenway High School, Suffolk University Law School and Bay Path University.