...would not be cowed. We have witnessed the camaraderie of runners, and Bostonians, and Americans. We have admired the courage and fortitude of both professional...
...a Boston suburb, looking for him. Governor Deval Patrick directed Bostonians at around 8 a.m. to "shelter in place," but...
...said in a written statement. "As a former faculty member, native Bostonian, and the proud parent of a BU Law graduate, I could not...
National Law Journal
Judge Sandra L. Lynch will become the first woman to serve as chief judge of the 1st U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on June 16. The life of a trailblazer is nothing new for Lynch. She is the first and
Name and title: Paul T. Dacier, senior vice president and general counsel. He is also assistant secretary to the board of directors
...U.S. Supreme Court in 1818 upheld the death penalty for two Bostonians who had robbed a Spanish ship on the high seas. The conviction...
Shea & Gardner partners were making a healthy profit at their 70-lawyer D.C. firm. But the lure of even more money and stability made a merger with Boston's Goodwin Procter a deal "too
Boston-based Goodwin Procter, which has been working to position itself as a national law firm, will merge with D.C. litigation shop Shea & Gardner in October. John Aldock, Shea's managing partner, s
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