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Mintz Attorney Sue Finegan Named To Law360 2024 Editorial Advisory Board

Mintz is pleased to announce Pro Bono Committee Chair Susan Finegan has been selected as a member on Law360’s 2024 Editorial Advisory Board “Access to Justice.” The editorial advisory boards provide feedback on Law360’s coverage and expert insight on how best to shape future coverage.

Sue is a nationally recognized pro bono pioneer with a passion for helping underserved populations and exceptional litigation skills. As chair of Mintz’s Pro Bono Committee, she leads groundbreaking cases and manages pro bono matters for the firm. She has helped to defeat President Trump’s first immigration travel ban in early 2017, engineer the passage of a Massachusetts restraining order law for sexual assault survivors, and create several innovative statewide model pro bono programs in Massachusetts.

Sue has been a tireless and innovative advocate for low-income people in Massachusetts and beyond. Through her former leadership on the Access to Justice Commission, she spearheaded creative funding mechanisms to support legal aid organizations and developed the statewide civil appellate pro bono program for self-represented litigants. Eleven years ago, she co-founded the Access to Justice Fellows program, in which over 200 retired and retiring lawyers have devoted over 200,000 pro bono hours at legal services organizations, nonprofits, and the courts.