Lando & Anastasi, LLP (L&A) is proud to announce our fourth annual sponsorship of the Suffolk University School of Law All Rise event. This year’s program, All Rise: Uniting to Advance Women and the Future of Law, will feature a discussion on navigating industry challenges and opportunities resulting from the pandemic, including strategies to maintain intentional relationships.
The March 23rd event will feature a panel of Suffolk Law alumnae including Carol Starkey (JD’88) and Dayana Donisca (JD’21). This year’s Marian Archer Alumnae Trailblazer award and Professor Catherine T. Judge award recipients will also be honored.
About All Rise
All Rise celebrates Suffolk Law’s rich history of successful alumnae and their ongoing contribution to the legal field. Sponsorships of All Rise support the Catherine T. Judge Scholarship and the Law Student Emergency Assistance Fund, both of which provide critical financial aid to Suffolk Law students. The Professor Catherine T. Judge Scholarship honors Suffolk Law’s first full-time female professor while helping students overcome financial barriers to access a practice-ready legal education. Suffolk Law’s Student Emergency Assistance Fund helps law students who are facing unemployment, housing challenges, and additional economic insecurity as a result of COVID-19 by providing small emergency grants.
About Lando & Anastasi, LLP
Lando & Anastasi, LLP (L&A) partners with clients to protect their innovations through effective intellectual property strategies – from procurement, licensing, and related transactions to counseling and litigation. This partnership complements an emphasis on creative and strategic solutions guided by a solid understanding of each client’s business imperatives. Well versed in a wide range of industries including life sciences, software, cleantech, medical devices, chemical and electrical engineering, L&A attorneys counsel clients ranging from individuals to early-stage and venture-backed start-ups to small and large national and global corporations.
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