Cain Hibbard Partner Named ’Lawyer of the Year’

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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Best Lawyers has named Cain Hibbard partner Diane M. DeGiacomo as 2018 “Lawyer of the Year.” 

This distinction is presented annually to one outstanding lawyer in a particular specialty and geographical area who has achieved the highest consensus opinion of their professional abilities by their colleagues. DeGiacomo was one of only two lawyers in Massachusetts selected in the area of family law, with the other lawyer practicing in Boston. 

DeGiacomo, who serves as the chair of the Litigation Department at Cain Hibbard, has practiced law for more than 30 years. She concentrates in the areas of family law, employment law and civil litigation. She also serves as a mediator in family law disputes. 

DeGiacomo is an active volunteer in the community and serves on the board of the Elizabeth Freeman Center, the Berkshires’ front line and major safety net for all persons affected by domestic violence.   


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