Donovan O'Connor & Dodig Names New Partner
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Attorney Gregory P. Howard has become a partner in Donovan O'Connor & Dodig.
Howard has been with the firm since 2011. A native of Bennington, Vt., and lifelong resident of the area, he is well-regarded by both his clients and his peers. He received a bachelor of arts degree, cum laude, from the University of Rochester in 2008 and Juris Doctorate degree from Boston College Law School in 2011. He is a member of the Berkshire Bar Association and the Bennington County Bar Association.
Howard is licensed in both Massachusetts and Vermont, in the state and federal courts. His practice focuses on representing individuals and families throughout the region in serious personal injury and criminal matters and handling complex business dispute litigation.
Howard presently serves as a member of BFAIR’s Human Rights Committee. He lives in Williamstown with his wife, Anna Moriarty-Lev, and their two sons.
"We are very pleased that Greg has become our newest partner. He is a hard-working and talented young attorney. We expect that he will be an important part of the future for Donovan O'Connor & Dodig," said current managing partner Janice Cook.
Founded in 1913 and with 16 actively practicing attorneys, Donovan O'Connor & Dodig is the region's oldest and largest law firm, with offices in North Adams, Pittsfield, and Springfield, Mass., as well as in Bennington, Vt. The firm provides a wide variety of legal services, but with an emphasis on business and commercial representation, trust and estate planning, real estate, divorce and family law, workers' compensation, and serious personal injury representation.
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