David R. Jackowitz has become a
named partner at Shaevel, Krems, O'Connor & Jackowitz LLP.
Jackowitz chairs the firm's Real Estate Development practice, and
his practice focuses on real estate, zoning, landlord/tenant,
commercial leasing, litigation, and representation of non-profit
Melissa A. Juárez, who will serve
as a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association's 2017-18
Executive Management Board and as a Region 8 House of Delegates
member, is a recipient of the Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly
2017 Top Women of Law award. The event celebrates outstanding
achievements made by exceptional women lawyers. Each year
Lawyers Weekly honors women attorneys who have made
tremendous professional strides and demonstrated great
accomplishments in the legal field. Juárez will receive this award,
along with the other honorees, at the annual event on November
Elissa Flynn-Poppey, a member of
the Massachusetts Bar Association's Law Review Editorial
Board, has been appointed to the bipartisan Advisory Committee on
Massachusetts Judicial Nominations led by United States Senators
Elizabeth Warren and Edward J. Markey. The advisory committee will
re-convene to consider applications for two pending federal
judicial vacancies in Boston. Chaired by former District Court
Judge Nancy Gertner, the advisory committee is comprised of
distinguished members of the Massachusetts legal community.
Flynn-Poppey, who leads Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and
Popeo PC's Government Law Practice, previously served as deputy
legal counsel to Gov. Mitt Romney and as executive director of the
Judicial Nominating Commission for the Office of the Governor of
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