The Massachusetts Bar Association has released a new MassBar Beat podcast episode: “New MLAC Leader Talks the Legal Aid ‘Walk’”
For attorney Lynne Parker, the 20th Annual Walk to the Hill for Civil Legal Aid on Jan. 24 at the Massachusetts State House will be her first as the new executive director of the Massachusetts Legal Assistance Corporation (MLAC). But Parker is no stranger to the world of legal aid, having worked more than three decades advocating on behalf of low-income residents, most recently in New Hampshire. In this episode, Parker talks with host Jordan Rich about MLAC’s role as one of the primary funders of civil legal aid organizations in Massachusetts and why funding for legal aid — the drive behind the Walk to the Hill event — is so vital to low-income Massachusetts residents facing life-changing legal challenges. For more information on the Walk to the Hill for Civil Legal Aid, see www.equaljusticecoalition.org.
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What kind of impression are you giving to a judge or jury at trial - even before you say a word? That's the topic of the newest episode of the MBA's podcast, the MassBar Beat, which is now available.
In "Mastering the Unspoken Word: Body Language and Nonverbal Communication in Court," I discuss how a lawyer's attire, body language, tone of voice and other nonverbal cues can impact your chances in court. I invite you to join me as I talk about tips for success, including some of the key takeaways from Sonya Hamlin's book, "Now, What Makes Juries Listen."
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