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Throughout its 85-year history, Sugarman Rogers has welcomed to its ranks lawyers and staff from a wide variety of backgrounds. Our commitment to a firm that is open and inclusive in its thinking about hiring goes hand-in-hand with our tradition of legal work to promote equality and justice in the larger community, including through pro bono representation of a variety of under-served and under-recognized individuals and groups.
The firm was founded on the notion that diversity of life experience and perspective are essential both to a healthy and vibrant workplace and to the provision of first-rate legal service to our diverse clients. We have particularly excelled at attracting, retaining and promoting talented women lawyers. Women currently make up about half of our total attorney roster, and we were among the first firms in Boston to elect a woman managing partner—Regina Roman, who in 2017 took the role of firm general counsel, and was replaced as managing partner by Christine Netski.