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Press Release: Rackemann’s Ellen M. Harrington Named a “Go-To” Trusts & Estates Lawyer by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly

December 9, 2021 Media Mentions
Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly

Boston, MA, December 9, 2021 –Boston law firm Rackemann, Sawyer & Brewster announces that Ellen M. Harrington was recognized as a “Go-To” Trusts & Estates Lawyer by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly. This award recognizes the top lawyers across the Commonwealth who have a record of success and to whom other lawyers make referrals for their expertise and accomplishments. Harrington and fellow honorees were featured in a special section published December 8, 2021.

Harrington serves on the firm’s Executive Committee and chairs Rackemann’s Trusts and Estates Department. A highly-regarded Boston lawyer, she concentrates her practice on the administration of trusts and estates and in estate planning. She has significant experience helping professional and family executors and trustees with sophisticated administration, tax and probate issues. Outside the office, Harrington is a fellow of the American College of Trust & Estate Counsel, and serves on the boards of the Howard Benevolent Society and the Newton Country Day School of the Sacred Heart, an all-girls private secondary school and her alma mater. She has previously served on the Board of the Greater Boston Legal Services.

Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly’s Go-To Lawyers feature showcases leaders in the Massachusetts legal community by practice area. The attorneys featured on the Trusts & Estates list were nominated by their colleagues and were chosen by a panel from Lawyers Weekly.

Rackemann combined with Verrill on January 1, 2022. The above information was created before the combination and has been carried over from Rackemann's website.

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