b'PRO BONO HONORS (continued)LeadBoston selected Dinesh Melwani to participate in its highlyAtthisyearsMintzProBonoAwardReception,Mathilda competitiveandexperientialexecutiveleadershipprogram.McGee-Tubbwasawardedthe2019RichardMintzProBono LeadBostonrecognizesleadersandaimstopromotesocialAward for her leadership role in drafting an amicus (friend of the responsibility, empower women, and eliminate racism. court) brief to the United States Supreme Court for the Lawyers The Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce selected Margueritefor Civil Rights and other high-profile organizations addressing McConihe, Rebecca Raphaelson, Keerthika Subramanian, andthe inclusion of a citizenship question on the 2020 census form. former Mintz attorney Kate Stewart as members of the WomensMathildaalsorepresentedseveralat-riskprobonoclients, Leadership Program, which empowers women leaders with theadvocatingonbehalfofpoliticalasylees,specialimmigrant skills and network they need to excel in their own careers and tojuveniles, and sexual assault survivors.create conditions for other women to thrive. AtthesameAwardReception,JohnRegierwasawarded TheGreater Boston Chamber of Commerce selectedKristinatheProBonoLifetimeAchievementAward,recognizinghis Cary and Clancy Galgay for membership in its Bostons Futuredistinguished service and significant contributions to the Mintz Leaders program for emerging executives in Greater Boston. Pro Bono Program.TheLeadershipCouncilonLegalDiversity(LCLD)selected Minhaj Rahman as a 2019 LCLD Fellow and Kerime Akoglu as a 2019 LCLD Pathfinder.R E NBONO AWARD WIN PROBeing able to utilize this firms resources and brainpower to tackle these issues, and to serve our clients while also shaping the law for others, has been a privilege. As a young lawyer honing my craft, pro bono cases have given me many of my firsts, including my first deposition, my first substantive argument in federal court, and my first time successfully petitioning a federal judge for a writ of habeas corpus. Walking my client out of the courthouse as a free man after he had spent nearly a year in the South Bay House of Correction, just a few weeks before Christmas, was a feeling I will never forget.MATHILDA MCGEE-TUBB Recipient of the 2019 Richard Mintz Pro Bono Award920134 2019'