Jeff Hirsch & Cathy Reuben Named Top 100 Lawyers in Massachusetts by Super Lawyers-
16 HRW Attorneys Recognized in 2023

By Magdalen Teodecki   November 28, 2023

Congratulations to HRW’s Jeff Hirsch and Cathy Reuben on being named 2023 Top 100 Lawyers in Massachusetts by Super Lawyers.

Hirsch Roberts Weinstein is thrilled to announce that sixteen of our attorneys have been named 2023 Massachusetts Super Lawyers and Rising Stars by Super Lawyers.

2023 Massachusetts Super Lawyers

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Laurie R. Bishop
→ Schools & Education

John T. Graff
→ Schools & Education

Samantha C. Halem
Employment & Labor

Jeffrey L. Hirsch (Top 100)
→ Employment & Labor

Arielle B. Kristan
→ Employment Litigation: Defense

Richard S. Loftus
→ Employment & Labor

Elizabeth E. Monnin-Browder
→ Employment Litigation: Defense

Peter J. Moser
→ Employment & Labor

Catherine E. Reuben (Top 100 & Top 50 Women)
→ Employment & Labor

Scott A. Roberts (Top 100)
→ Employment Litigation: Defense

David B. Wilson
→ Employment & Labor

2023 Massachusetts Rising Stars

John D. Arnold
→ Business Litigation

Kathleen A. Berney
→ Employment & Labor

Alexandra A. Mitropoulos
→ Schools & Education

Julia E. Russo
→ Employment & Labor

Alicia M. Ward
→ Employment & Labor

 

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