Ingrid S. Martin
Ingrid is a partner at Todd & Weld LLP where she concentrates her practice on white collar criminal defense and healthcare law. At the BBA, Ingrid currently is member of the Boston Bar Council and the Council’s Executive Committee. She is also helping to lead the BBA’s task force examining the implications of the Supreme Court’s Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization on Massachusetts citizens and health care providers. She previously served on the Health Law Section Steering Committee, for which she also served as Section Chair. She was on the Advisory Committee of the BBA’s 2018 White-Collar Crime Conference and was the Co-Chair of that event in 2019. She is a frequent presenter at BBA CLE programs, including the Life Sciences Conference and White-Collar Crime Conference. She is a member of the BBF Society of Fellows and has served on the BBF’s Adams Benefit Committee. Outside the BBA, Ingrid is an instructor for the National Institute for Trial Advocacy. She recently published an article in The Champion, a publication of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and she is a contributing author to MCLE’s “A Practice Guide to Introducing Evidence in Massachusetts.” She is a past recipient of pro bono awards from the Massachusetts Bar Association and Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly. Ingrid clerked for the Honorable George O’Toole at the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts. Ingrid is a graduate of Yale University and Harvard Law School.