The Boston Bar Association recently selected former Goodwin associate Adam Hollingsworth as one of 15 up and coming leaders for the 2009-2010 BBA Public Interest Leadership Program. As Assistant Attorney General in the AG's Civil Rights Division, Adam's practice includes both constitutional and statutory civil rights law.
The Public Interest Leadership Program identifies and develops attorneys to serve as civic and professional leaders of the future. The 12-month program is designed specifically to develop lawyers who are in their first ten years of practice.
This year's Public Interest Class includes lawyers from diverse practice settings and includes lawyers from small, medium, and large law firms, legal services organizations, government agencies, and corporate legal departments.