One Beacon Street
Suite 1320
Boston, MA 02108

T 617.598.6700
F 617.720.5092


One Richmond Sq.
Suite 165W
Providence, RI 02906
T 401.454.0400
F 401.454.0404

Giving back to our community

Citizenship at work

Among the work we're most proud of—as individuals and as a firm—is our long-standing engagement in the community and the many charitable organizations we actively support, including:

American Health Lawyers Association
American Jewish Committee (AJC), New England Board of Directors
Arthritis Foundation
Boston Bar Association
Boston initiative to advance human rights (BITAHR)
Children's Trust
City Year
Combined Jewish Philanthropies (CJP)
Community Servings
The Harwich Family Pantry Food Bank
Hospitality Home
John Joseph Moakley Charitable Foundation
John M. Barry Boys and Girls Club of Newton
Massachusetts democratic state committee's judicial council
Norwell Visiting Nurses Association and Hospice
Pathways to Wellness
Rappaport Center for Law and Public Policy
Rhode Island Free Clinic
Rhode Island Women’s Bar Association
Rappaport Center for Law and Public Policy
Take It to the Max
Urban Improv
Women's Bar Association
Women's Bar Foundation
WBF Family Law Project


Helping clients successfully navigate health care regulation


Clearing the path for a state-of-the-art hospital in Charlestown


Landmark ruling in scientific misconduct case


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