Wednesday, November 28th
5:30 – 8:00 p.m.
Law Offices of Foley Hoag
155 Seaport Blvd., 13th Fl.
Meet new friends and reconnect with old ones while enjoying an evening of great conversation and great food. Hear from Massachusetts State Treasurer Steve Grossman on November's election results and their implications.
Directions and Parking Options
If arriving by car, there are two parking options: an indoor garage (click on the link below) and a less expensive outdoor surface parking lot (see text below after the link).
For driving and public transit directions, including the indoor parking garage, click here.
In addition to the indoor parking garage described in the above link, there is also an outdoor surface parking lot across B Street from Foley Hoag which charges a flat rate of $12.00. Enter the lot off of Seaport Boulevard. The self-service terminal accepts credit cards.
To learn more about last year's event, click here.
We are grateful to our sponsors that help make our Lawyers and Friends Reception possible. Interested in sponsoring? Contact ELM's Managing Director Ken Pruitt at 617-742-2553 for more information.
Note: Sponsors will be listed by category on electronic event invitations, in program book, and on PowerPoint presentation at event.
2012 Sponsor List in Progress
Steve Conant (Anbaric Transmission)
Seth Jaffe (Foley Hoag)
Tom Powers & Pat King Powers
Jesse Alderman (Foley Hoag)
Kathleen Brill (Foley Hoag)
Lisa C. Goodheart
Adam P. Kahn
Greg McGregor (McGregor & Associates)
Cicely Parseghian (Foley Hoag)
Mary K. Ryan
Lea Tyhach (Foley Hoag)
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