HRW Elevates Allie Mitropoulos to Senior Counsel

By Magdalen Teodecki   September 23, 2022

Hirsch Roberts Weinstein LLP is thrilled to announce Allie Mitropoulos has been elevated to Senior Counsel effective September 22, 2022.

“We are proud to elevate such an accomplished and dedicated attorney to her new role as Senior Counsel,” said Scott Roberts, co-managing partner of Hirsch Roberts Weinstein. “This well-deserved recognition is a testament to Allie’s demonstrated leadership, hard work, and unflagging commitment to the firm, her colleagues, and our clients. “

Allie is an experienced counselor and litigator for colleges and universities, advising on a number of areas including campus safety and security, Title IX, the Clery Act, data privacy regulations, student affairs, faculty misconduct, and complex contracts. She also conducts investigations for colleges, universities, and other businesses. . In addition to her role at HRW, she serves as Deputy General Counsel for Berklee College of Music.

“I am truly grateful to the partnership of Hirsch Roberts Weinstein for this recognition and their continued support,” said Allie.

Named to the Best Lawyers in America: Ones to Watch list since 2021 and a “Massachusetts Rising Star” by Super Lawyers, Allie is committed to providing guidance and resources tailored to the needs and goals of her clients.

Allie currently serves as the Treasurer for the Women’s Bar Association of Massachusetts, is a member of the Annual Conference Planning Committee for National Association of College and University Attorneys, and is a member of the College & University Section Steering Committee of the Boston Bar Association.

Learn more about HRW’s new Senior Counsel here.

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