Fair attendees had a chance to speak one on one with many representatives from organizations across Greater Boston.
The fair was open to both lawyers and law students. Here one student talks to a representative from the Equal Justice Coalition.
Guests had a chance to learn about the different opportunities presented by a variety of organizations on a variety of different subjects.
Here guests sign up to receive e-mails from the Boston Earned Income Tax Credit Coalition.
Jewish Family & Children's Services also had a table.
The Children's Law Center of Massachusetts was a busy table all evening.
Two guests talk with Barbara L. Siegel, Russell Rennie and Hsindy Chen from the Volunteer Lawyers Project of the Boston Bar Association.
Sarah Sherman-Stokes of the Political Asylum/Immigration Representation Project, a Boston Bar Foundation Grantee, explains the pro bono opportunities available in Greater Boston through PAIR.
Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts was another popular table.
Organizations had some projects specifically designed for students in law school and others specifically for experienced lawyers.