MassBar Bulletin: Member Updates

Thursday, Jan. 12, 2023
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Maloney launches ‘Wicked Good Lawyers’ podcast

Shylah Maloney
, an associate at Barton Gilman and member of the Massachusetts Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Division Board, has started a new podcast called “Wicked Good Lawyers.” Listen while she interviews trailblazer attorneys discussing the good, bad and, most importantly, the funny of the legal industry through advice and stories. 

Episode One is available now and features an interview with attorney Stesha Emmanuel, a partner at McCarter & English LLP and past president of the Massachusetts Black Lawyers Association. Maloney says, “I could not have chosen a better trailblazer for our first guest! Stesha is an amazing attorney, ally, advocate, mom, friend, partner. Listen to hear her journey to partner and our discussion on name etiquette and gender disparities in the legal industry. Stesha even recorded this episode with me while on maternity leave... need I say more!?”

You can listen to it now on Spotify + Apple podcast. Feel free to connect with Maloney if you're interested in being a guest or show sponsor. 


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