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Background

Mia Friedman, Pro Bono Manager at Fish, is part of the Legal Talent & Inclusion team, and is based in our Boston office. Ms. Friedman leads and manages the firm’s pro bono practice for Fish’s 11 U.S. offices, and works closely with the firm-wide Pro Bono Chair. Ms. Friedman is active in the Boston legal services community and has served as a Steering Committee Member of the Boston Bar Association’s Delivery of Legal Services Section since 2010. She is also a member of the Association of Pro Bono Counsel. Prior to her professional roles in pro bono management, Ms. Friedman practiced as a civil litigator at a small Boston firm.

Previously, Ms. Friedman was the Legal Clinic Director at Lawyers Clearinghouse, where she managed the Massachusetts Legal Clinic for the Homeless, a program that facilitates the provision of civil legal services to over 250 homeless and low-income clients each year. In addition, Ms. Friedman’s work at the Clearinghouse included directing and expanding the Access to Justice Fellows Program, an innovative pro bono model for senior and retired judges and attorneys. Prior to that, she was the Director of Public Interest and Pro Bono Programs at Suffolk University Law School, where she managed law student pro bono work and counseled students interested in public service careers.

Education

Suffolk University Law School 2005
J.D.
with honors


Tufts University 2001
B.A.
with honors

Memberships & Affiliations

Boston Bar Association - Delivery of Legal Services Section, Steering Committee Member (2010-Present)

Association of Pro Bono Counsel

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