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October 26, 2015

Diane Moes named one of Mass Lawyers Weekly’s “Top Women of Law”

Diane Moes named one of Mass Lawyers Weekly’s “Top Women of Law”

Donoghue Barrett & Singal partner Diane Bissonnette Moes has been recognized by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly as one of 2015’s “Top Women of Law.” The award recognizes exceptional women in the legal profession and celebrates their achievements in the areas of social justice, advocacy, and business. In an interview with Lawyers Weekly, Moes highlighted the importance of helping younger attorneys develop professionally.

Diane graduated Suffolk University Law School in 1989 after a career in healthcare policy and management. In 2004, she joined Donoghue Barrett & Singal’s Health Law practice, where she counsels hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers, physician practices, and other providers, payors, and vendors in the health care industry.

In addition to her legal work, she holds leadership positions at a variety of civic and charitable organizations, including Community Servings and the Fund for Boston Neighborhoods. She is also a former trustee of the University of Massachusetts, the UMass Memorial Health System and the HealthAlliance Hospital, and a former board member of the the Connors Center for Women’s Health & Gender Biology.


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