Court Hears Argument in Charter Cap Case


On Friday, April 8th, Suffolk Superior Court heard argument on LCCR’s motion to intervene in the pending litigation over the charter school cap.  LCCR represents the New England Area Conference of the NAACP and individual students of color, students with disabilities, and English language learners who feel their educations would be harmed were the cap eliminated.  Scott Lewis, a partner at Anderson & Kreiger and longtime member of LCCR’s Board of Directors, argued the motion to intervene.  Follow this link for more from the Bay State Banner:

Students seek to intervene and bring a new perspective into a seeming one-sided lawsuit over the charter cap. Plaintiffs and ...

Legal team for the NAACP and proposed student intervenors (photo courtesy of the Bay State Banner)