2011 LAWYERS & FRIENDS EVENT
Wednesday, November 30, 2011 from 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM (EST)
Wednesday, November 30th
5:30 – 8:00 p.m.
Law Offices of Foley Hoag
155 Seaport Blvd., Boston
Join old and new friends for a pleasant evening. Hear from energy expert Sue Tierney (former Mass. Environment Secretary, former Assistant U.S. Energy Secretary under President Clinton and many other notable positions - see her bio here).
To purchase tickets or to sponsor the event, click here.
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.
Thanks to our 2011 Lawyers and Friends Event Sponsors!
We are grateful to the following sponsors for helping to make ELM's 2011 Lawyers and Friends Event possible. If you would like to become a Sponsor and have your logo or name added below, click here to sponsor online or contact ELM's Managing Director Ken Pruitt at 617-742-2553.
Seth Jaffe (Foley Hoag)
Stephen Leonard (Cronin Leonard)
Thomas and Pat King Powers
Thomas Sobol (Hagens Berman)
Kathleen Brill (Foley Hoag)
Ralph Child (Mintz Levin)
Robert Fishman (Nutter McClennen & Fish)
Zachary Gerson (Foley Hoag)
Lisa C. Goodheart (Sugarman Rogers Barshak & Cohen)
Hamilton Hackney (Greenberg Traurig)
Aladdine Joroff (Beveridge & Diamond)
Adam Kahn (Foley Hoag)
Anne L. Kelly (CERES)
Martin E. Levin (Stern Shapiro Weissberg & Garin)
Douglas McGarrah (Foley Hoag)
Greg McGregor (McGregor & Associates)
Cicely Parseghian (Foley Hoag)
Mary K. Ryan (Nutter McClennen & Fish)
Frank Stearns (KL Gates)
Robert Tuchmann (Wilmer Hale)
Lea Tyhach (Foley Hoag)
Eric Van Loon (JAMS)
The Environmental League of Massachusetts (ELM) is a nonprofit educational and advocacy organization, supported by a combination of individual and foundation philanthropy, dues from citizens and organization members, and proceeds from special events.
We focus our resources on the state level, where we believe that our knowledge, expertise and reputation allow us to have the strongest impact. We also network and collaborate with a variety of leaders in business and government as well with other environmental nonprofits to achieve effective results.
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