The Massachusetts Legal Assistance Corporation was established by the Commonwealth to ensure that low-income people with critical, non-criminal legal problems would have access to legal information, advice and representation. We are the largest funding source for civil legal aid programs in the Commonwealth.
Self-help centers and the Internet are expanding free access to legal information, writes MLAC Executive Director Lonnie Powers in the Huffington Post
NEW! View MLAC's interactive 2013 annual report
Supreme Judicial Court Chief Justice Roderick Ireland delivered the keynote address at MLAC's Annual Meeting on May 21. Click here to view the photos
Senate Committee's Budget Falls Short of $17 Million Needed for Civil Legal Aid
Boston Mayor Martin Walsh voices his support for civil legal aid funding
HomeCorps, a partnership between Mass. Attorney General Martha Coakley, MLAC and many other social service agencies, celebrates two years of helping homeowners