Scholarships from the Lubin & Meyer, PC Scholarship Fund will help train public service lawyers who advocate for and represent Massachusetts' poorest communities, specifically legal aid staff attorneys, private practitioners who accept pro bono cases, and other deserving lawyers who, without financial assistance, would not be able attend MCLE programs.
Founded in 1974, Lubin & Meyer is recognized nationally as one of the leading medical malpractice and catastrophic personal injury law firms in the country. In addition to achieving some of the largest personal injury verdicts in state history, the firm's renowned commitment to quality and excellence goes beyond the representation of its clients in and outside the courtroom and to the broader legal community as well. As top experts in their field acknowledged for their creative and innovative approach to cases, members of Lubin & Meyer regularly volunteer as chairs and faculty on MCLE and other programs to train and educate lawyers on trial techniques and developments in medical malpractice and personal injury law.
MCLE's Executive Director, John M. (Jack) Reilly, Esq., praises Lubin & Meyer for the firm's support and leadership:
“Lubin & Meyer's new gift underscores the firm's long-standing commitment to the continuing education of the bar and to MCLE. Over the years, the firm has supported MCLE in many ways, not the least of which has been the devotion of time and energy of many of its lawyers as volunteer faculty and chairs, most notably the firm's—and particularly Drew Meyer's—leadership on MCLE's annual Personal Injury Law Conference. Bestowing on MCLE the gift that establishes this fund and helps us reach $2.5 million for our scholarship endowment is just another example of the firm's excellence and how it serves as a model citizen in the legal community.”MCLE commends Lubin & Meyer, PC, for establishing this fund.