HRW Elevates Ari Kristan to Partner

By Erinn Larson   January 9, 2020

Hirsch Roberts Weinstein LLP is proud to announce Ari Kristan was elected to the partnership effective January 1, 2020.

“We’re proud to welcome such a talented and accomplished attorney to the partnership,” said Scott Roberts, co-managing partner of Hirsch Roberts Weinstein. “Ari is an exemplary member of the firm and the legal community – she has demonstrated a tireless commitment to her clients and to our firm’s success.”

Kristan is an experienced employment litigator and advisor for businesses, nonprofits, and colleges and universities. In the higher education community, she has also served as a litigator and independent investigator in employment and student discipline matters.

“I am truly grateful to the partnership of Hirsch Roberts Weinstein for this recognition and opportunity,” said Kristan. “It is an honor to practice alongside the exceptional attorneys who make up this firm.”

Named a Massachusetts “Rising Star” by Super Lawyers magazine since 2014, Kristan is dedicated to providing strategic guidance tailored to the unique needs of her clients.

She frequently presents and writes about employment issues, with a focus on the creation of inclusive and equitable workplaces for all employees. Kristan formerly served as a member of the Board of Directors of the Massachusetts LGBTQ Bar Association, and is a member of the Boston Bar Association, Massachusetts Bar Association, and Women’s Bar Association.

Learn more about HRW’s new partner here.

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