Dick Bauer joined National Consumer Law Center as HomeCorps Project Supervisor in Fall 2014, focusing on foreclosures and mortgage issues. As an Access to Justice fellow, most of Dick’s time has been spent supervising and mentoring on appeals and other housing cases. He also provides technical assistance, mentoring, and training to a number of other Legal Aid Programs including DOVE (Domestic Violence Ended), Inc., Greater Boston Legal Services, the Justice Center of Southeast Massachusetts, the Lawyers Clearinghouse on Affordable Housing and Homelessness, the Medical Legal Partnership of Boston, Northeast Legal Aid, the Ohio Access to Justice Foundation, the Sargent Shriver National Center on Poverty Law, South Coastal Counties Legal Services, the Tenant Advocacy Project of Harvard Law School, and the Volunteer Lawyers Project. Previously, Dick was a Senior Attorney with Greater Boston Legal Services, representing low-income homeowners, tenants, and homeless families. A graduate of MIT and Northeastern University Law School, Dick served as a member of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Standing Advisory Committee on the Rules of Civil Procedure from 1998 until 2015. In 2018, he was selected by the Massachusetts Bar Association for its Access to Justice Lifetime Achievement Award.