Foley Hoag One of Four Law Firms Named to Mass. SJC 2021 Pro Bono Honor Roll

45 Attorneys Also Recognized

November 07, 2022

Foley Hoag LLP has again been named to the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court 2021 Pro Bono Honor Roll for legal organizations. Foley Hoag holds the distinction of being among only four law firms to be recognized on the 2021 Honor Roll, and has been included each year since the program's inception in 2010.

In addition, 45 Foley Hoag attorneys have been named to the 2021 Pro Bono Individual Attorney High Honor Roll and Honor Roll lists. Administered by the Supreme Judicial Court Standing Committee on Pro Bono Legal Services, the Pro Bono Honor Rolls annually recognize those who meet the criteria for a certain number of pro bono hours during the designated time period. Attorneys on the list receive “High Honors” for performing over 100 hours of pro bono work or “Honors” for performing 50 or more.

Foley Hoag attorneys recognized include:

High Honor Roll: Neil Austin, Yoni Bard, Mark Barnett, Stephen Bartlett, Michael Boudett, Jacqueline Ch├ívez, Alissa Clarke, Peter Ellis, Jeffrey Ganguly, Christian Garcia, Stephen Garvey, Christopher Hart, Tad Heuer, Joshua Jarvis, Jared Kadich, Paul Kim, Andrew Loewenstein, Jenevieve Maerker, Anthony Mirenda, Jeffrey Mullan,  Natalie Panariello, Gregory Passa, Cloe Pippin, Seth Reiner, Madeleine Rodriguez, Ethan Severance, Rajesh Vallabh and Colin Zick.

Honor Roll: Jennifer Audeh, Caroline Donovan, Thomas Draper, Kevin Fitzgerald, Tiffany Ford, Michael Glanz, Laura Gradel, Meredith Haviland, Rachel Kerner, Richard Maidman, Douglas McGarrah, Joanna McDonough, Emily Nash, Alyssa Pratt, Erik Schulwolf, James Smith and Sophia Sun.

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