The signature charitable event for law students and new lawyers, Late Night at the Museum is a one-of-a-kind night out in support of a great cause. Join over 1,000 members of Boston’s legal community at the Museum of Fine Arts to support the work of the Boston Bar Foundation and enjoy live entertainment, gourmet food and drinks, dancing and more.
About Late Night
Part of the John & Abigail Adams Benefit, Late Night at the Museum is a unique event welcoming law students and new lawyers to the Museum of Fine Arts after hours to enjoy special entertainment, a dessert buffet, open bar and coffee stations, music and dancing.
Curious about attending the social and charitable event of the season for young lawyers and law students? Read on for everything you need to know about this one-of-a-kind event!
Law students and new lawyers who like to have a great time while supporting a good cause!
The Late Night at the Museum, a special after-hours party held in conjunction with the John & Abigail Adams Benefit, welcomes new lawyers and law students for an evening of art, music, dancing, dessert and cocktails at the Museum of Fine Arts.
Saturday, April 6th from 9pm-12am
Late Night takes place at the majestic Museum of Fine Arts, with live entertainment, dancing, dessert buffets and open bars in the Shapiro Family Courtyard. Guests are also welcome to visit the galleries and enjoy the exhibits.
As part of the Adams Benefit, the event raises funds for the work of the Boston Bar Foundation. Learn more about the BBF’s impact and work in our community.
The Adams Benefit
The signature fundraising event of the Boston Bar Foundation, the Adams Benefit is one of the largest events of the Boston legal community, welcoming more than 1,000 attendees annually to support the work of the BBF in our community.
For more information on sponsoring this conference contact Mariah Hanlon at firstname.lastname@example.org.