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SPRINGFIELD — The Hampden County Bar Assoc., along with one of its committees, the Military/Attorney Resource and Communication Hub, is hosting a panel called “Resources for Veterans in the Court System” on Wednesday, Feb. 16.

The panel will speak on topics intertwined within the Veteran Treatment and Diversion Courts. This will include the process, differences between the courts, the Brave Act, the Valor Act, and helpful resources provided throughout Massachusetts.

The event will be held via Zoom at 1 p.m. To RSVP, contact the Hampden County Bar Assoc. at (413) 732-1388 or [email protected].

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SPRINGFIELD — The Hampden County Bar Assoc. will hold a Legal Help Hotline on Thursday, Jan. 20 from 3 to 6 p.m. Local, experienced attorneys will be available to provide legal advice on various topics, including divorce and family, bankruptcy, business, employment, landlord/tenant, and real estate.

Individuals needing advice should call (413) 732-4648 to speak to a volunteer.

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SPRINGFIELD — On Monday, May 3, the Hampden County Bar Assoc. (HCBA) will participate in a local Law Day event.

The theme of this year’s event is “Advancing the Rule of Law Now,” and it will be hosted by attorney and HCBA President Thomas Wilson, with the help and support of the master of ceremonies, Springfield District Court Judge Kevin Maltby. Paula Carey, chief justice of the Trial Court, will also be in attendance to offer remarks. The event will be held outside the Roderick L. Ireland Courthouse at 50 State St., Springfield.

The program will include the annual presentation of the John M. Greaney Award to an attorney and non-attorney for their contributions to the Hampden County legal community. The HCBA will have Rose Boyle present the award to Springfield District Court Officer Luis Ramos, and Regional Administrative Justice Maureen Walsh present the award to Springfield District Court First Justice John Payne.

The event will also be livestreamed via Zoom. Contact the HCBA office at (413) 732-4660 or [email protected] for more information.

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SPRINGFIELD — The Hampden County Bar Assoc. will hold a Legal Help Hotline on Thursday, March 25 from 3 to 6 pm.

Local and experienced attorneys will be available to provide legal advice on various topics, including divorce and family, bankruptcy, business, employment, landlord/tenant, and real estate. Individuals needing advice should call (413) 732-4648 to speak to a volunteer.

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SPRINGFIELD — The Hampden County Bar Assoc. will hold its seventh annual 5K/10K Run/Walk Race Judicata, “A Run for the Bar,” on Saturday, Sept. 26. For the safety of the participants, spectators, and volunteers, and to adhere to the current safety guidelines, the event will be held virtually.

Proceeds from the event will benefit the William J. Boyle Scholarship, the Colonel Archer B. Battista Veterans Scholarship, and the Children’s Law Project. The cost for the 5K is $30, and the 5K is $40. All registrants will receive a shirt and water bottle. Registration is now available at bit.ly/3gTjult. Sponsorship opportunities are also available.

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SPRINGFIELD — The Hampden County Bar Assoc. is now accepting applications for the John F. Moriarty Scholarship and the Colonel Archer B. Battista Veterans Scholarship.

The John F. Moriarty Scholarship is available to any Hampden County resident who has been admitted to or is attending a certified law school for the 2020-21 academic year. Applicants must have been residents of Hampden County for at least five years.

The Colonel Archer B. Battista Veterans Scholarship is available to any veteran with an honorable discharge or a current member of the U.S. military who has been admitted to or is attending a certified law school in New England for the 2020-21 year.

The deadline to apply for both scholarships — which are based on merit and financial need — is July 15. Applications and additional information are available by contacting Caitlin Glenn at the Hampden County Bar Assoc. at (413) 732-4660 or [email protected], or by visiting www.hcbar.org/about-us/scholarships/.

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SPRINGFIELD — The Hampden County Bar Assoc. is apologizing to those who attempted to call the Legal Help Hotline that was scheduled for Feb. 27. Due to technical difficulties, the phones were not working properly and did not ring. The Hampden County Bar Assoc. and Western New England University School of Law have rescheduled the Legal Help Hotline to Thursday, March 12 from 4 to 7 p.m.

The volunteers will provide legal advice on a variety of topics, including divorce and family law, bankruptcy, business, landlord/tenant, and real estate. Individuals needing advice should call (413) 796-2057 to speak to a volunteer.

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