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Contact: Michael Avitzur
Director of Government Relations

Lee & Rivers LLP Becomes a BBA Sponsor

The Boston Bar Association is pleased to welcome Lee & Rivers LLP to the BBA’s growing network of 141 Sponsors, which include local and national law firms, legal departments, government agencies, non-profits, and law schools.

Attorneys from Lee & Rivers LLP have been active participants in BBA leadership for many years. Jessica M. Dubin currently serves on the BBA Council and is an Editor for the Boston Bar Journal and member of the Family Law Section Steering Committee.  Previously, Attorney Dubin was Co-Chair of the Family Law Section Steering Committee and involved with planning CLEs for the Section.  Other attorneys from the firm, including Claire K. Forkner, and founding partners David H. Lee and Robert J. Rivers, Jr. have had leadership roles in the Family Law Section and have been featured as faculty at BBA Continuing Legal Education programs.

Established in 1984, Lee & Rivers LLP practices family law at the highest level of skill, knowledge, sophistication, and versatility. Long recognized as a leader in its field, this preeminent firm of nationally recognized partners and talented associate attorneys represents clients in complex matrimonial financial matters, contested child custody disputes, cutting edge appellate issues and other associated substantive facets of domestic relations law practice.

“The attorneys of Lee & Rivers LLP look forward to their sponsor partnership with the BBA which will allow them to continue to take advantage of excellent continuing legal education programs and networking opportunities.”

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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.