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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 2/9/2020

Contact: Richard M Page Jr.
BBA/BBF Executive Director
617-778-1916

LibbyHoopes, P.C. Joins the BBA as a Sponsor Firm

The Boston Bar Association is proud to welcome LibbyHoopes as a sponsor firm, joining the BBA's community of more than 13,000 members drawn from law firms, in-house legal departments, government agencies, law schools, and nonprofit organizations.

LibbyHoopes is a boutique firm specializing in white collar criminal defense, internal corporate investigations, crisis management and complex civil and administrative litigation. The firm’s clients include corporations, executives, and professionals in the financial services, legal, health care and other regulated industries. 

Attorneys from LibbyHoopes have bolstered the BBA's work in many ways and share in our mission to advance the highest standards of excellence for the legal profession, facilitate access to justice, foster a diverse and inclusive professional community, and serve the community at large.

Firm leaders have participated in public service programs such as the BBA “M. Ellen Carpenter Financial Literacy Program” and the Bar Exam Coaching Program; and have served as panelists on BBA Seminars and panel discussions ranging from “Cutting Edge in Criminal Law,” to Jury Selection, Healthcare Fraud Enforcement and trial skills for white-collar criminal defense attorneys. LibbyHoopes attorneys have also directly supported major BBA events, serving on the steering committees for both the Annual Meeting Breakfast and Law Day.

“Among its other important objectives, the Boston Bar Association provides member attorneys the means and opportunity to both advance their professional skills and give back directly to the community. We are pleased and proud to  count ourselves amongst its sponsoring firms,” said Managing Partner, Doug Brooks.

To learn more about LibbyHoopes visit www.libbyhoopes.com

The Boston Bar Association traces its origins to meetings convened by John Adams, who provided pro bono representation to the British soldiers prosecuted for the Boston Massacre and went on to become the nation’s second president. Its mission is to advance the highest standards of excellence for the legal profession, facilitate access to justice, serve the community at large and promote diversity and inclusion.