FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 8/27/2013
Contact: Kerry Crisley
Carol Starkey to Lead BBA Finance Committee in 2014
As the incoming Treasurer of the Boston Bar Association, Carol Starkey of Conn Kavanaugh will also assume the role of Chair
of the Boston Bar Association's Finance Committee on September 1, 2013. Her law
practice is concentrated in the areas of criminal and regulatory law,
commercial litigation, and employment litigation. Prior to joining Conn Kavanaugh, Carol was
Chief of the Economic Crimes Division of the Massachusetts Attorney General's
Office. She was a member of the BBA Council from 2004-2007 and served as Secretary
of the Council and Executive Committee from 2011-2012. A long-time member of the
Criminal Law Section, she served as its Co-Chair from 2002-2003.
Among the BBA Finance Committee's responsibilities are holding monthly financial
reviews and bank relationship reviews, analyzing capital budget items, and
overseeing the annual operating budget.
The following four attorneys will also
serve on the Finance Committee in the 2014 program
Katharine E. Bachman
Wilmer Cutler Pickering
Hale and Dorr LLP
Dustin F. Hecker
Blankstein & Lund LLP
Geoffrey A. Howell
Laura M. Unflat
The Law Office of Laura M.
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