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Strang Scott Announces Hiring of New Associate

Strang Scott is proud to announce that Stephanie Bendeck recently joined the firm. Ms. Bendeck is a seasoned construction attorney, who has resolved many issues for clients through litigation, mediation, arbitration and direct negotiation over the past several years. Ms. Bendeck began her legal career at the Office of the State Attorney, Twentieth Judicial Circuit, […]...

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Strang Scott Announces New Partner

Strang Scott is proud to welcome David Travers to the firm as a Partner.  Mr. Travers’ practice is focused primarily on the construction and development industries, further expanding Strang Scott’s construction expertise and reach. He counsels clients in the project-facing and business issues that construction companies and developers confront in the course of their work. […]...

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Strang Scott is Hiring – Associate Lawyer

Boston office of a growing regional construction-focused boutique law firm seeks a full-time mid-level attorney.  Preference will be given to candidates with significant construction law and litigation experience, including experience in contract drafting and dispute resolution. The candidate must have admission to the Massachusetts Bar. Candidates also admitted to the New Hampshire Bar are preferred.  Candidates must have top academic credentials, excellent writing, […]...

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Strang Scott Announces Hiring of New Associate

Strang Scott is pleased to welcome Mikaela Rice to the firm.  Ms. Rice is a 2020 graduate of Boston College School of Law.  While in law school, Ms. Rice worked with the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office, a boutique litigation firm, and served as a judicial intern for the Court of Common Pleas in Philadelphia. Ms. Rice hails from Western Connecticut, and earned an undergraduate degree […]...

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BBA Appoints Strang to Chair Committee for New Lawyer Employment

Strang Scott is honored to announce the appointment of Christopher Strang as the chair of the Boston Bar Association’s Committee for New Lawyer Employment. This Committee is part of the Boston Bar Association’s Law School Graduate Mentoring Program, which focuses on Bar Coaching and Career Transition Coaching. The purpose of this committee is to provide […]...

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Strang Scott Attorneys Selected as Super Lawyers 2020

Strang Scott is honored to announce the selection of Christopher Strang as a 2020 Super Lawyer by the Massachusetts edition of Super Lawyers. Mr. Strang has been recognized for his outstanding work in construction litigation for the twelfth consecutive year, first as a Rising Star and then as a Super Lawyer. Associate Jennifer Lynn was selected as a Rising Star for the […]...

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Strang Scott Celebrates 10th Anniversary

Strang, Scott, Giroux & Young is thrilled to celebrate ten years of being in practice. Started in September, 2010, the firm got off the ground with three founding partners. It soon opened an office in Boston’s Kenmore Square, in the shadow of the city’s iconic Citgo sign. Within a year it outgrew that office and […]...

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Strang Scott is Hiring — Associate Lawyer

Our Boston office seeks a full-time associate for a litigation practice with emphasis on construction and business litigation. The ideal candidate will have 2+ years of litigation experience. We are looking for a self-starter and offer the opportunity to largely work from home. Qualifications Admission to the Massachusetts State Bar, admission to New Hampshire State […]...

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Strang Scott is Hiring — Office Manager

Strang Scott, a small business law and litigation firm in Boston is seeking an experienced full time office manager. The candidate should be detail oriented and able to multi-task and balance multiple assignments. Strong communication, administrative, organizational and computer skills are required. Responsibilities include: Managing attorneys’ schedules Organizing and tracking client files Communicating with clients, […]...

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Massachusetts Implements New Diversity Initiatives For Public Construction

Starting July 1, 2020, the Commonwealth is implementing new strategies to enhance women and minority participation on public construction projects. Through its Affirmative Marketing Program (“AMP”) Massachusetts is “amping” up its outreach, education and training efforts to attract more women-owned business (“WBE”) and minority-owned business (“MBE”) contractors, material suppliers, and design professionals. In order to […]...

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