MBF awards four law students fellowships

Issue May 2011

To encourage careers in public interest law, each year the Massachusetts Bar Foundation awards fellowships, including $6,000 stipends, to law students who intern at Massachusetts legal aid organizations during the summer months.

Funded through the MBF Fellows Fund and the Smith Family Fund, the Foundation's Legal Intern Fellowship Program (LIFP) serves as a springboard to public interest law careers for the area's most promising law students.

The MBF is pleased to announce the 2011 legal intern fellows:

Gregory Carr Jr.
Northeastern University School of Law
Internship: Greater Boston Legal Services, Housing Unit

Meghan Doherty
Boston College Law School
Internship: MetroWest Legal Services

Nora Grais-Clements
University of Connecticut School of Law
Internship: Legal Assistance Corp. of Central Massachusetts

Michelle Wu
Harvard University Law School
Internship: Medical Legal Partnership / Boston

For more information about the MBF's Legal Intern Fellowship Program, go to