Nine HRW Attorneys Recognized in
Best Lawyers in America (2020 Edition)

By Erinn Larson   August 15, 2019

HRW is proud to announce that nine of our attorneys have been listed in Best Lawyers in America, including Laurie Bishop (Education Law) and David Wilson (Employment Law – Management) who were each named “Lawyer of the Year” for their work in their respective practice areas. We congratulate each HRW attorney for their hard work, dedication, and expertise in the law.

Below is the full list of HRW attorneys who are listed in the 2020 Edition of Best Lawyers in America:

Laurie R. Bishop
→ Education Law (“Lawyer of the Year” in Boston)

John T. Graff
→ Education Law
→ Employment Law – Management

Jeffrey L. Hirsch
→ Education Law
→ Employment Law – Management
→ Labor Law – Management
→ Litigation – Labor and Employment

Peter J. Moser
→ Employment Law – Management
→ Litigation – Labor and Employment

C. Max Perlman
→ Commercial Litigation
→ Employment Law – Individuals
→ Employment Law – Management
→ Litigation – Labor and Employment

Catherine E. Reuben
→ Employment Law – Management
→ Labor Law – Management
→ Litigation – Labor and Employment

Scott A. Roberts
→ Commercial Litigation
→ Education Law
→ Employment Law – Individuals
→ Employment Law – Management
→ Litigation – Labor and Employment

Jerome N. Weinstein
→ Employment Law – Management
→ Labor Law – Management

David B. Wilson
→ Employment Law – Management (“Lawyer of the Year” in Boston)
→ Litigation – Labor and Employment

 

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