CLA’s Weayonnoh Nelson-Davies awarded for helping
doctors connect low-income clients with life-altering legal advocacy
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - MAY 11, 2017
Contact: Steven Taviner, CLA
Phone: (508) 425-2798
Email: staviner [at] cla-ma.org
Two CLA attorneys have recently been recognized for their hard work and commitment to central and western Massachusetts.
Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly staff writers, April 20, 2017. Full story here.
“How can we work together to make sure a student is in an environment that allows them to learn effectively?”
According to Northampton Mayor David Narkewicz, ending Community Development Block Grants would be a big mistake:
Veterans' agencies in Worcester and Gardner along with two in Boston will share $350,000 in state grants to provide legal assistance to hundreds of veterans in need.
By Bob Dunn
The Berkshire Eagle
PITTSFIELD — Participants in Berkshire Housing Court now have access to legal advice and assistance from members of the Berkshire Bar Association through its new Lawyer for the Day program.
By Tom Quinn
Community Legal Aid attorney Anne Keyworth also said sealing records was a benefit to society, not just the person in question. Keyworth has been with CLA since September, and the organization has put a focus on the “CORI and re-entry project,” helping clients transition from incarceration to success.
WORCESTER, Mass.—Community activists and organizations came together Jan. 11 at City Hall to mark the World Day Against Human Trafficking, as well as to draw attention to the issue and how it affects Central Massachusetts.