Boston Bar Foundation Events

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People dancing at the Adams Benefit.
Adams Benefit attendees.
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John & Abigail Adams Benefit

This unique event brings together over 1,000 attendees to raise money for grants to legal services organizations and to support innovative public service projects. Held at the iconic Museum of Fine Arts Boston, the Adams Benefit also features the annual presentation of the BBF Public Service Award.

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Late Night at the Museum

The Late Night at the Museum event is the Boston Bar Foundation’s signature party for law students and young lawyers. Part of the Adams Benefit, Late Night at the Museum is an event that brings together law students and newer lawyers to meet, dine and dance for a spectacular evening as they get to know each other and begin to lay the groundwork for successful careers in the law. Proceeds from the event benefit the work of the Boston Bar Foundation in our community.

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The Boston Bar Foundation relies on individual donations to serve our city and improve access to justice for those in need.