MassBar Bulletin: Member Updates

Thursday, March 5, 2020

Worcester County

Massachusetts Bar Association member Adrian Angus has been appointed by the Supreme Judicial Court to the Massachusetts Access to Justice Commission.

A trial attorney in the Worcester Superior Court Office of the Committee for Public Counsel Services, Angus serves on the MBA's Criminal Justice Section Council and is a former member of the Access to Justice Section Council. He also serves as a board member of the American Civil Liberties Union of Central Massachusetts.   

First established by the SJC in 2005, the Access to Justice Commission seeks to improve access to justice for people who are unable to afford an attorney for essential civil legal needs, such as cases involving housing, consumer debt and family law.

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