Victoria Gautney

PAI Coordinator

Victoria Gautney is the Private Attorney Involvement (PAI) Coordinator at South Coastal Counties Legal Services. She manages the private Attorney pro bono and volunteer projects, including individual client referrals, the Pro Se Family Law Workshop and Consumer Debt Clinic. The current primary practice areas for PAI include family, consumer, and eviction defense. She is a member of the Supreme Judicial Court Standing Committee on Pro Bono Legal Services, the District of Massachusetts Bankruptcy Court Pro Bono Committee, and the MBA Access to Justice Section Council. Prior to joining SCCLS in this role, Victoria served three years as an AmeriCorps volunteer with the Private Bar Involvement program at MetroWest Legal Services and in the CORI Project at Greater Boston Legal Services. She is from Texas and received her BA in Psychology and JD from the University of Alabama.

Victoria Gautney is the Private Attorney Involvement (PAI) Coordinator at South Coastal Counties Legal Services. She manages the private Attorney pro bono and volunteer projects, including individual client referrals, the Pro Se Family Law Workshop and Consumer Debt Clinic. The current primary practice areas for PAI include family, consumer, and eviction defense. She is a member of the Supreme Judicial Court Standing Committee on Pro Bono Legal Services, the District of Massachusetts Bankruptcy Court Pro Bono Committee, and the MBA Access to Justice Section Council. Prior to joining SCCLS in this role, Victoria served three years as an AmeriCorps volunteer with the Private Bar Involvement program at MetroWest Legal Services and in the CORI Project at Greater Boston Legal Services. She is from Texas and received her BA in Psychology and JD from the University of Alabama.

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Victoria Gautney

PAI Coordinator

Victoria Gautney is the Private Attorney Involvement (PAI) Coordinator at South Coastal Counties Legal Services. She manages the private Attorney pro bono and volunteer projects, including individual client referrals, the Pro Se Family Law Workshop and Consumer Debt Clinic. The current primary practice areas for PAI include family, consumer, and eviction defense. She is a member of the Supreme Judicial Court Standing Committee on Pro Bono Legal Services, the District of Massachusetts Bankruptcy Court Pro Bono Committee, and the MBA Access to Justice Section Council. Prior to joining SCCLS in this role, Victoria served three years as an AmeriCorps volunteer with the Private Bar Involvement program at MetroWest Legal Services and in the CORI Project at Greater Boston Legal Services. She is from Texas and received her BA in Psychology and JD from the University of Alabama.