Many immigrant communities in Massachusetts are underserved by the legal community. There are a variety of reasons for this, ranging from a general belief that there is no money to pay lawyers in the community, to an inability to communicate with many members within the community.
Once integrated into an immigrant community, a law practice can be a lucrative option. Immigration issues are not the only legal issues that arise. Contracts, home purchases, estate planning, and divorces all require legal help and the community members are often not in a position to reach out and find help themselves.
This program shows you how to build your law practice around serving these communities. We look at the connections and how best to become a part of a community that can act as the base of your law practice, growing as the community grows.
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