Jessica Conklin, co-founder of BANG (the Boston Associates’ Networking Group), was quoted in a recent Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly article about the group’s creation and early success. Published on May 16th, the article shares the origins of the group, whose mission is to provide a platform for associates in small law firms to connect.
We are pleased to announce that Laredo & Smith attorney, Jessica Conklin, has co-founded the Boston Associates’ Networking Group with Hannah Joseph of Beck Reed Riden. The Boston Associates’ Networking Group brings together associates from Boston-area small- and medium-sized law firms to network, collaborate and learn more about practicing law as an associate. The founders saw a need to find a means for developing relationships among associates at similar-sized firms and to discuss a range of issues that often arise while practicing law.
The first Boston Associates’ Networking Group lunch was held at noon on December 10, 2015 at the offices of Laredo & Smith, LLP, at 101 Federal Street, Suite 650, in downtown Boston. This week’s networking lunch is co-sponsored by Laredo & Smith, LLP and Beck Reed Riden LLP.
Boston-area associates who are interested in learning more about the Boston Associates’ Networking Group should contact Jessica Conklin at firstname.lastname@example.org or Hannah Joseph at email@example.com.
Jessica Conklin is an associate at Laredo Smith LLP who concentrates her practice in white collar criminal defense, corporate compliance, and business litigation. Jessica also helps defend students facing disciplinary proceedings and Title IX investigations.
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