The Boston Bar Association named M. Patrick Moore of Hemenway & Barnes LLP and Carla M. Moynihan of Sherin & Lodgen as Co-Chairs of the 2019 Annual Meeting. Bringing together members of the Boston Bar and leaders from area nonprofits, government agencies and corporations, the Annual Meeting will focus on housing, one of the most critical issues facing Boston. Keynote speaker Richard Rothstein will discuss his 2017 book, The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How our Government Segregated America. The program will also highlight the lawyers and advocates working toward change in our own community.
Pat, who also serves as Co-Chair of the BBA’s Government Lawyers Forum, said, "Serving as a co-chair for this year's Annual Meeting is a terrific honor for me, and I'm thrilled to work with the BBA to bring the legal community together for such an important event." Pat concentrates his practice in complex business, administrative, land use, and appellate litigation. A former attorney in the White House and Massachusetts Governor’s Office, Pat is an experienced advocate and counselor on sensitive issues of public importance.
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