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.
As published in the Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly:
Community Legal Aid celebrated its 65th anniversary recently at Tuckerman Hall in Worcester. U.S. Rep. James P. McGovern emceed the event, which included music by The Annulments.
Dinelia Pabon, a 58-year-old former preschool teacher with asthma, diabetes and other health issues, huddled in her apartment in a Victorian-era house in Spencer, amid boxes she's packing to move as soon as she can get a new place.
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