This week our executive director, Robert J. Brink, has an article in Lawyer's Weekly entitled "History on display: one lawyer’s musings on the Magna Carta."
The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston has three enormous banners hanging above its monumental entrance on Huntington Avenue. The first and third banners together read “Magna Carta.” They frame John Singleton Copley’s defining portrait of a steely-eyed Samuel Adams defiantly pointing to the 1691 Charter of Massachusetts Bay on the eve of the American Revolution...
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The Social Law Library periodically features profiles of its members. Our members come from all areas of the state, practice in a variety of legal settings and in all areas of law. If you are interested in participating in the member profile contact Mike Saporito
This month we are featuring Joshua Gardner of Boston, Massachusetts, Social Law member since 2012. Read More about Joshua Gardner