Amy Copperman

Program Director, AmeriCorps Legal Advocates of Massachusetts

Amy Copperman is the Program Director for AmeriCorps Legal Advocates of Massachusetts. Amy worked at the Women’s Prison Association and MDRC in New York City before moving to Massachusetts to attend law school. Amy received a Skadden Fellowship in to launch her career in public interest law at Massachusetts Law Reform Institute. She practiced housing law for twelve years at MLRI where she specialized in fair housing, class action litigation, public and subsidized housing tenancies, and tenants’ rights. While at MLRI, Amy was the editor for three editions of Legal Tactics: Finding Public and Subsidized Housing. Amy received her BA in Comparative Literature from Brown University and her JD from Harvard Law School. Amy also has a Chef’s Certificate from the Cambridge School of Culinary Arts and serves on the Board of Directors for Food For Free.

Amy Copperman is the Program Director for AmeriCorps Legal Advocates of Massachusetts. Amy worked at the Women’s Prison Association and MDRC in New York City before moving to Massachusetts to attend law school. Amy received a Skadden Fellowship in to launch her career in public interest law at Massachusetts Law Reform Institute. She practiced housing law for twelve years at MLRI where she specialized in fair housing, class action litigation, public and subsidized housing tenancies, and tenants’ rights. While at MLRI, Amy was the editor for three editions of Legal Tactics: Finding Public and Subsidized Housing. Amy received her BA in Comparative Literature from Brown University and her JD from Harvard Law School. Amy also has a Chef’s Certificate from the Cambridge School of Culinary Arts and serves on the Board of Directors for Food For Free.

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Amy Copperman

Program Director, AmeriCorps Legal Advocates of Massachusetts

Amy Copperman is the Program Director for AmeriCorps Legal Advocates of Massachusetts. Amy worked at the Women’s Prison Association and MDRC in New York City before moving to Massachusetts to attend law school. Amy received a Skadden Fellowship in to launch her career in public interest law at Massachusetts Law Reform Institute. She practiced housing law for twelve years at MLRI where she specialized in fair housing, class action litigation, public and subsidized housing tenancies, and tenants’ rights. While at MLRI, Amy was the editor for three editions of Legal Tactics: Finding Public and Subsidized Housing. Amy received her BA in Comparative Literature from Brown University and her JD from Harvard Law School. Amy also has a Chef’s Certificate from the Cambridge School of Culinary Arts and serves on the Board of Directors for Food For Free.