Our Community Work
Giving back to the communities in which our attorneys live and work by community service has been a hallmark of Conn Kavanaugh since its founding in 1988. We have been able to achieve this by encouraging our attorneys to participate in a broad variety of pro bono activities, to assume leadership positions in a variety of civic organizations, and to serve in leadership positions at various bar associations throughout Massachusetts. Many of our attorneys have been elected or appointed to local boards and commissions in their respective communities.
Since being founded in 1988, Conn Kavanaugh’s attorneys have been actively involved in a variety of organizations and activities related to the legal profession.
Over the years, Conn Kavanaugh’s attorneys have been engaged in civic affairs in their respective communities and beyond, serving as members of zoning boards of appeal, town meeting members, municipal utility boards, and the like.
Conn Kavanaugh believes that each of its attorneys has a professional obligation to contribute legal services on a pro bono basis to the Greater Boston community.