HRW’s John Graff and Erin Reed Honored
at Mass. Lawyers Weekly’s Excellence in the Law

By William Sleight   May 20, 2015

HRW was a Presenting Sponsor at Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly’s Excellence in the Law event on Thursday May 14, 2015 where John Graff and Erin Reed were honored.

John Graff was honored as one of an elite group of Up and Coming Lawyers.  We were thrilled to celebrate John’s successes with our colleagues and peers and are proud of his accomplishments this past year. Check out John’s interview with Lawyers Weekly here to learn about his biggest achievement to date, his most satisfying case, and more.

HRW’s Managing Director, Erin Reed, was honored for Excellence in Firm Administration. Erin keeps the administrative and operational aspects of firm running efficiently and effectively so our attorneys can focus on managing very busy practices and schedules. We are excited that this event allowed us to celebrate all of her behind-the-scenes work that can often go unnoticed. To learn more about Erin and the systems that work for her, check out her interview with Lawyers Weekly here.

This event is important to us because as we all go through our busy days, we don’t always see the brilliance before our eyes: from the administrator who makes the legal trains run on time, to the attorneys who give of their time after work hours to improve the lives of others, to the colleague who burns the oil well beyond midnight to provide the best possible service to a client. The Excellence in the Law event provides us the opportunity to pay tribute to those sometimes unsung friends and colleagues, and, even if briefly, to sing their well-deserved praises.  The lawyers and staff at Hirsch Roberts Weinstein were proud to support Lawyers Weekly in sponsoring this event and extend a heartfelt congratulations to all of this year’s honorees.

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