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January 10, 2020

Barrett & Singal’s Elizabeth McEvoy Selected for WBA Women’s Leadership Initiative

Elizabeth McEvoy, Partner and Co-Chair of the Research Misconduct group at Barrett & Singal, has been selected to participate in the 2020 Class of the Women’s Leadership Initiative of the Women’s Bar Association of Massachusetts.

The Women’s Leadership Initiative was founded in 2009 and has a strong history of providing group mentoring and networking experiences that foster profound professional development for the next generation of promising women attorneys. Each event leverages the experiences of accomplished attorneys in Massachusetts interested in cultivating the next generation of women leaders.

“We are excited that Ms. McEvoy will be a part of the 2020 Women’s Leadership Initiative,” said WBA President Jennifer Saubermann. "She has already demonstrated her commitment to promoting the status of women in the legal profession through her volunteer work with the WBA and we look forward to her supporting her career growth through this important program."

We congratulate Elizabeth on this outstanding achievement. Her continued dedication to professional development and women’s leadership makes us proud.

Read more about the Women’s Leadership Initiative here.
Read more about Elizabeth McEvoy here.


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