About Us

The Legal Services Center originated in 1979 with a commitment to combine education and service in the study of law.

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The Legal Services Center has a long record of providing exemplary legal services to address the unmet needs of low-income families in Greater Boston.

Students & Clinics

The Legal Services Center provides students a singular opportunity to engage in hands-on learning within a community-based law firm.

News & Events

The Legal Services Center hosts a number of events for students, academics, potential clients, and the general public related to its areas of expertise.

  • Project Attorney Urges Department of Education to Prohibit For-Profit Colleges from Using Forced Arbitration to Hide Fraud and Deception of Students

    Project on Predatory Student Lending Attorney Eileen Connor asked the Department of Education to use its current rulemaking process to prohibit colleges participating in the Federal Student Aid program from forcing students to settle disputes against the school through arbitration. Ms. Connor, along with Noah Zinner of Housing and Economic Rights Advocates, is representing the […]

  • Eileen Connor Joins the Project on Predatory Student Lending

    The Legal Services Center welcomes Eileen Connor as Director of Litigation for the Project on Predatory Student Lending. Ms. Connor joins the Project with extensive litigation experience in the field of predatory student lending and in the public interest more generally. Most recently, she was a Senior Staff Attorney in the Special Litigation Unit of […]

  • LSC Students Present Oral Argument in Federal District Court

    In a recent post on the Office of Clinical and Pro Bono Programs’ Blog, students Emily Seelenfreund, J.D. ’17 and Myra Siddiqui,  J.D. ’17, discuss their experiences working in the Disability Litigation and Advocacy Clinic coordinated by Senior Clinical Instructor, Julie McCormack. Specifically, they express that “perhaps the most exciting part of our semester was the opportunity to represent a […]