Nutter partner Kenneth Berman elected to Massachusetts Law Reform Institute Board of TrusteesPrint PDF
Kenneth R. Berman, partner and co-chair of the Business Litigation practice group of Nutter McClennen & Fish LLP, has been elected to the Board of Trustees of the Massachusetts Law Reform Institute (MLRI).
MLRI is statewide nonprofit poverty law and policy center that seeks to advance economic, racial, and social justice. The Board's responsibilities are to govern, exercise fiscal oversight, and oversee the direction of and assist with the leadership and general promotion of MLRI in support of the organization's mission and needs.
Berman’s service to the MLRI underscores Nutter’s deep commitment to and support of pro-bono work. Founded by Louis D. Brandeis, whose commitment to social justice and progressive social causes remains legendary, Nutter is a founding member and challenge participant in the Pro Bono Institute’s Law Firm Pro Bono Project and deeply committed to giving back and making a meaningful contribution. Nutter attorneys devote many hours of legal representation to pro bono clients in cases involving civil rights, immigration, housing, health care, unemployment, business, intellectual property, real estate and probate.
For more information about Nutter’s pro bono and community service activities, click here.
About Nutter McClennen & Fish LLP
Nutter McClennen & Fish LLP is a Boston-based law firm that provides high level legal counsel to clients who range from well-established companies and institutions to early stage entrepreneurs to foundations and families. The firm, co-founded by Louis D. Brandeis, who later became a justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, has been in continuous practice for 135 years.