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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 4/1/2015

Contact: Lauren DiTullio

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Donoghue Barrett & Singal Becomes Newest BBA Sponsor Firm

Donoghue Barrett & Singal, located in downtown Boston, is now a sponsor firm of the Boston Bar Association, supporting the BBA's mission to advance the highest standards of excellence for the legal profession, facilitate access to justice, and serve the community at large.

The firm, which includes 30 attorneys in Boston and Providence, maintains one of the largest healthcare practices in New England, and also offers strategic legal counsel in civil and white-collar criminal litigation and government relations. Founded in 1989, the firm will celebrate its 26th anniversary this year.

"We are proud to sponsor the Boston Bar Association because we have a deep appreciation for its profound contributions to the Greater Boston legal community," said Paul Barrett, Co-founder and Managing Partner of the firm. "Its superb educational offerings, its generous charitable activities, and its prominent role in bringing about much-needed changes in the law make the BBA a vital institution that has earned the staunch support of all lawyers and law firms."

Donoghue Barrett & Singal has added significant depth in recent years to its already considerable healthcare, litigation, and government relations practices, welcoming William Sinnott, former Corporation Counsel for the City of Boston and former Assistant U.S. Attorney, this past July. Donoghue Barrett & Singal's Providence office, which Jeffrey Chase-Lubitz established in 2008, brought on five new attorneys in 2014 and will be moving into larger space this spring. In 2013, Partner Roger Donoghue and former Majority Leader of the MA House of Representatives Jack Murphy formed Murphy Donoghue Partners, a government relations affiliate of the firm.

Donoghue Barrett & Singal attorneys participate widely in community organizations ranging from housing to family support, as well as legal committees and associations. Many of the attorneys also offer their services pro bono to community organizations and underprivileged individuals in Boston and Providence.
The Boston Bar Association traces its origins to meetings convened by John Adams, who provided pro bono representation to the British soldiers prosecuted for the Boston Massacre and went on to become the nation’s second president. Its mission is to advance the highest standards of excellence for the legal profession, facilitate access to justice, serve the community at large and promote diversity and inclusion.