Town Cannot Demand “Polite” Conduct in Public Meetings. What about Town Meeting?

In a decision that threatens to make local politics more contentious, the SJC unanimously held that municipalities could not require speakers to be civil during… Read More

A&K’s Olympia Bowker to teach the Fundamentals of Wetlands Enforcement

Join A&K’s Olympia “Libby” Bowker on Tuesday, March 14 from 6:00-8:30 p.m. as she teaches the Fundamentals of Wetlands Enforcement for the Massachusetts Association… Read More

A&K Attorneys to Present at MACC Annual Conference

A&K environmental attorneys Jessica Wall and Olympia “Libby” Bowker will be presenting at the Massachusetts Association of Conservation Commissions’ Annual Environmental Conference. The workshop, “Effective… Read More

A&K Attorneys Co-Author Municipal Law Chapter in MCLE’s MA Handbook of Legal Research

Congratulations to Nina Pickering-Cook and Paul Kominers who co-authored the recent update to the Municipal Law Chapter in the Massachusetts Continuing Legal… Read More

Application Period for A&K’s Legal Diversity Fund Opens Feb. 6

We’re pleased to announce that the application period for the 2023 Anderson & Kreiger Legal Diversity Fund stipends begins on Monday, Feb. 6, 2023.  A&K… Read More

A&K’s Olympia Bowker to Speak at BBA Speed-Networking Environmental Law Event

On Feb. 9, 2023, Olympia “Libby” Bowker will speak at Boston Bar Association’s Speed-Networking event: “Find Out What Practicing Environmental Law Is Really Like.” Participants… Read More

A&K Attorney Selected to Participate in BBA Program

Sean Grammel, an associate at Anderson & Kreiger, was recently selected to participate in the Boston Bar Association’s Public Interest Leadership Program. This program… Read More

A&K’s Austin Anderson to Present Free Speech Webinar

Join A&K attorney, Austin Anderson, as he presents a webinar for the Federal Bar Association entitled “Free Speech Rights of Public… Read More

A&K Attorneys Named to 2021 Pro Bono Honor Roll

November 11, 2022—­Each year, individuals and organizations from Massachusetts contribute thousands of hours of pro bono service to clients and causes across the Commonwealth, the… Read More

Police Officer Suspended for Facebook Post Allowed to Sue City

At a time when Towns are increasingly wary of potentially inflammatory political statements by their employees, a Massachusetts court has raised a warning flag for… Read More