Arrowood Peters LLP Becomes a Boston Bar Sustaining Member


Highlighting its appreciation of the role that small and boutique law practices play in the vitality of the Boston Bar Association (BBA), BBA President James D. Smeallie today announced the launch of the BBA’s Sustaining Firm Membership. Nine Boston firms — all of whom have one or more partners that have held significant leadership posts at the BBA — have accepted a special invitation to become charter Sustaining Firm Members.

Arrowood Peters is honored to be one of the nine firms selected. Founding Partner Lisa Arrowood has worked closely with the BBA in recent years and currently serves as its Secretary.

“Lawyers from these firms have served on our governing Council, on our Executive Committee, on our Finance Committee, and as Section Co-Chairs,” said Smeallie. “They have helped shape BBA public policy, professional development initiatives, or worked with us to address complex issues facing our profession and our community. We owe these charter Sustaining Members our appreciation for helping to advance professional excellence, access to justice, service to the community, and diversity.”