Former AG Reilly speaks to Civil Litigation
Former Massachusetts Attorney General Thomas F. Reilly served as
the guest speaker at the April 6 meeting of the Civil Litigation
Section Council. Reilly shared his insight on trial principles and
tactics from his more than 30 years of litigation experience.
Christopher A. Kenney of Kenney & Sams PC and Raymond P.
Ausrotas of Todd & Weld LLP serve as chair and vice chair of
April 7 Community Mentoring event features Cowan,
On April 7, the Massachusetts Bar Association held the next
program in a series of networking and educational events for its
Tiered Community Mentoring Program at Roxbury Community
The event featured speakers who shared their own personal stories
of how important networking and mentoring has been in their
professional success and careers.
Featured speakers were William "Mo" Cowan, chief of staff, Office
of the Governor, and Navjeet Bal, commissioner, Massachusetts
Department of Revenue.
The Tiered Community Mentoring program -- a collaboration between
the MBA, Suffolk University Law School, Boston University Law
School, Roxbury Community College, UMASS Boston and New Mission
High School -- aims to reach urban students by building a diverse
The program matches 10 tiered groups, each comprising a high
school student, an undergraduate student, a law student and an
attorney or judge.
First GP / Solo Symposium tells how to market, improve
The Massachusetts Bar Association's first General Practice, Solo
and Small Firm symposium, GP / Solo Symposium: Strategies for
Success 2011, taught practitioners about the latest in marketing,
productivity and technology.
The program, sponsored by Citizens Bank, began with short and
intense sessions focused on how to market a firm in good and bad
times, referral marketing, social media, the paperless office and
increasing personal productivity. Next, seasoned attorneys provided
perspectives on their success in the profession, followed by an
overview of important websites that can help a firm succeed.
An open networking hour at the close of the symposium allowed
attendees to interact with the experienced faculty.