Andrew Meyer Honored with MCLE Scholar-Mentor Award
October 24, 2014
BOSTON, MA — Andrew C. Meyer, Jr., founding partner of Lubin & Meyer PC, will be honored this evening by Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) as a recipient of the MCLE Scholar-Mentor Award.
The MCLE Scholar-Mentor Award is given to outstanding members of the bar who have demonstrated leadership through long-term service to the organization in areas of:
- Excellence in teaching or writing for MCLE programs and publications
- Creativity in the suggestion of new and innovative CLE programs and publications
- Long-term service to MCLE as a dedicated and enthusiastic volunteer
- Recognized standing in the Massachusetts legal community.
The program, held at the MCLE Conference Center in Boston, will also honor:
- Christa A. Arcos, Stoneham
- David A. Hoffman, Boston Law Collaborative LLC, Boston
- Christopher G. Mehne, Bowditch & Dewey LLP, Worcester
Meyer is Boston's most highly regarded medical malpractice plaintiff attorney. For more than two decades, Meyer has chaired and lectured at continuing legal education seminars for multiple organizations, and has served as chairman of the MCLE's Annual New England Personal Injury Conference for 17 consecutive years.
Recognized by Boston Magazine and The Best Lawyers in America as
one of the region's top lawyers, Meyer has consistently achieved record-setting verdicts and settlements, including one of the largest personal injury awards in state history — $30 million including interest in a
birth injury lawsuit.
Please see his full profile for more information: Andrew Meyer bio.
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