Nixon Peabody LLP has announced
that the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights has recognized Ronaldo
Rauseo-Ricupero for his outstanding pro bono service and presented him with
the Pro Bono Recognition Award. Rauseo-Ricupero is being recognized for his
commitment to civil rights and the public interest; illustrated through serving
as a member of the firm's Pro Bono Committee and in personally dedicating more
than 260 hours to pro bono matters.
Rauseo-Ricupero is a member of the firm's Commercial Litigation practice and
focuses his practice on complex litigation and arbitration matters, including
government investigations relating to civil and criminal fraud and abuse,
contract disputes, franchise disputes, and healthcare compliance issues.
Rauseo-Ricupero is a member of the Boston Bar Association, the Massachusetts
Bar Association, the American Bar Association, and the Massachusetts Association
of Hispanic Attorneys. Since appointment by Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino in
2007, he has served on the City of Boston Scholarship Committee. Rauseo-Ricupero
also serves on the Board of the John William Ward Public Service Fellowship, the
Boston Public Library's Strategic Planning Committee, the Office of New
Bostonians' Event Committee, and is a member of the Boston Study Group. He
earned his J.D. from Boston College Law School and graduated from Harvard
College, B.A., cum laude.