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Fifty-Five Mintz Attorneys Recognized as 2021 Massachusetts Super Lawyers and Rising Stars

Mintz is pleased to announce that 37 attorneys have been named Massachusetts Super Lawyers and 18 attorneys have been named Massachusetts Rising Stars for 2021.

Super Lawyers and Rising Stars recognize attorneys who exhibit excellence in the practice of law rated by a high-degree of peer recognition and professional achievement.

The following Mintz attorneys were named 2021 Massachusetts Super Lawyers:

  • Lisa Adams
  • Nancy D. Adams
  • Eoin P. Beirne
  • Peter A. Biagetti
  • Alden J. Bianchi
  • Daniel S. Bleck
  • Joseph G. Blute
  • Meghan B. Burke
  • Thomas R. Burton, III
  • Keith P. Carroll
  • Peter Corless
  • Scott C. Ford
  • William C. Geary, III
  • Ian A. Hammel
  • William M. Hill
  • Matthew C. Hurley
  • Ellen L. Janos
  • William W. Kannel
  • Jonathan L. Kravetz
  • Rebecca A. Lee
  • Kim V. Marrkand
  • H. Andrew Matzkin
  • Kevin M. McGinty
  • M. Daria Niewenhous
  • R. Robert Popeo
  • Jeffrey R. Porter
  • Michael T. Renaud
  • Paul J. Ricotta
  • Mark E. Robinson
  • Adam P. Samansky
  • Laurence A. Schoen
  • Samuel M. Tony Starr
  • Henry A. Sullivan
  • John F. Sylvia
  • Thomas H. Wintner
  • James M. Wodarski
  • Dean G. Zioze

Additionally, the following 18 Mintz attorneys were named 2021 Massachusetts Rising Stars:

  • Delaney M. Busch
  • Kara M. Cormier
  • Edmund P. Daley, III
  • Kelly L. Frey
  • Jacob Goodelman
  • Quinn R. Hetrick
  • Caitlin A. Hill
  • Evelyn Limon
  • Brendan J. Lowd
  • Alain P. Mathieu
  • Mathilda S. McGee-Tubb
  • Timothy J. McKeon
  • Kevin C. Mortimer
  • Poonam Patidar
  • Alyssa C. Scruggs
  • Lavinia M. Weizel
  • Jacob B. Wolk
  • Alec Zadek

Only up to five percent of lawyers are recognized to the annual Super Lawyers list, which is a compilation of “outstanding lawyers…who have attained a high-degree of peer recognition and professional achievement,” as determined by a multiphase process consisting of independent research, peer nominations and peer evaluations. With no more than 2.5 recognized, the Rising Stars list consists of candidates under 40 or in practice for 10 years or less.