The Legal Services Center of Harvard Law School has created a CORI Sealing Initiative to serve those who face severe obstacles in finding housing and employment due to their criminal record. The Legal Services Center of Harvard Law School hold CORI workshops at the center, which is next to the Stony Brook T stop, every month, but they also are available during regular business hours every weekday.
Workshops: Every third Tuesday of the month from 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM, they hold a CORI sealing workshop during which volunteers, advocates, and lawyers consult anyone who comes in to access their record and to help potential clients understand and navigate the sealing process. Sign up at this link: http://bit.ly/lsc-cori-sealing
The Safety Net Project at LSC has expanded its work representing people with denials of Social Security disability benefits, SNAP assistance, and other public benefits to include representation of individuals seeking to seal or expunge information of their MA criminal record (also known as CORI).