Boston Law Collaborative’s COVID-19 Policy

BLC’s COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Policy is to provide information and reassurance to help protect all of our clients, guests and employees.

To help protect BLC’s community, we have canceled all upcoming trainings, and will be sending updates once they have been rescheduled.

For those visiting our offices, we are taking precautions by washing our hands, offering hand sanitizer, implementing a “no-handshake policy,” are minimizing communal food, and suggest parties and attendees do not exchange business cards. We are also making sure that our meeting space is thoroughly cleaned before and after each use by wiping down the tables and chairs, and using Lysol spray on items.

For those who do not want to or are unable to make it to an in-person meeting, we have the capacity for videoconferencing or telephone sessions; and during this time period, we will be offering free cancellations.

BLC would like to remind everyone:

  • If you think you have been exposed to someone with the virus or are experiencing symptoms, please do not go out.
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60 percent alcohol.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.

BLC is continuing to monitor updates from the World Health Organization (WHO), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), state and local officials, and will continue to monitor the situation and make decisions in the best interest of our clients and employees.

Our Team

Jenna Goodman

Project Manager and BLC Institute Program Administrator

Jenna Goodman is the Project Manager and BLCI administrator at Boston Law Collaborative, LLC. She serves as a coordinator for BLCI training programs, BLC office and volunteer events, conducts research, assists in a variety of projects, and provides administrative support to BLC.

Jenna was born in South Korea, and adopted at three months old by parents in the United States. Because of her parents (a father who is Jewish and a therapist, and a mother who grew up Protestant and is a retired attorney), the impact of having such a diverse background, and her exposure to multiple cultures, as well as time spent traveling, she developed a great interest in community. In addition to working at BLC, Jenna is a member of the Boston Korean Adoptee Association, and served as an advisor for a couple of years for the BKA/Tufts Mentor program, which pairs BKA members and Tufts University Korean-American students with young Korean-American adoptees. And now she has a new baby of her own, a baby boy named Jayden.

Jenna graduated from Clark University with a Bachelor’s of Arts in Communications and Culture and a minor in Asian Studies in 2009. She went on to obtain her Master’s Degree in Publishing and Writing from Emerson College in 2013. Prior to joining Boston Law Collaborative, Jenna worked for Wilchins Cosentino and Friend, LLP, a mid-size law firm located in Wellesley. Before working at WCF, Jenna worked for an online magazine and interned at several publishing companies as a Marketing and Publicity intern.