It has been a busy early Fall for Nathan Olin and Lisa Lippiello at Olin Lippiello LLP. Of course, we continue to go the extra mile for our clients. But we have also been active in our legal communities.
On September 14-17, 2017, Nate Olin represented the Massachusetts Chapter of the Federal Bar Association at the FBA’s Annual Meeting and Convention in Atlanta, Georgia. As the chapter’s national council delegate, he met with the outgoing FBA president, the Honorable Michael Newman, U.S. Magistrate Judge from the Southern District of Ohio:
He also: accepted awards on behalf of the chapter, including the presidential award for distinguished chapters; advocated for Massachusetts FBA interests at legislative meetings; and heard from Nina Totenberg of National Public Radio as she outlined the Supreme Court’s new term. Perhaps most inspiring for Nate, was his tour with the other FBA delegates of the Center for Civil and Human Rights:
Lisa Lippiello, for her part, participated in the Western New England University School of Law Alumni Recognition event at the Museum of Springfield History on September 22, 2017. On September 23rd, she attended the association’s board meeting as a new member. And, that evening, she was honored to attend the Alumni and Students of Color Dinner:
Pictured is Attorney Lisa Lippiello and Professor Tina Cafaro.
Both Lisa and Nate topped off the month by attending the Hampshire County Bar Association‘s Annual Dinner at Look Memorial Park in Northampton. There, they were inspired by the generous words and personal story presented by Judge Ilana Rovner, US Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit:
Pictured is Nathan Olin and Judge Ilana Rovner. Lisa remains a board member of the Hampshire County Bar Association.
“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world.” – Margaret Mead