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Chambers USA 2016


Latham & Watkins’ Boston office offers a team of experienced lawyers providing an integrated approach to clients’ day-to-day business, transactional and litigation needs.

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Lawyers from the Boston office provide a full complement of services to clients in New England and beyond, with particular expertise in:

From emerging companies to international corporations, as well as investment banks and private equity firms, Latham handles the most sophisticated transactions and litigation across a variety of industries, including Boston’s key industry sectors:

Latham’s lawyers and staff take pride in developing strong ties with the community. The Boston office supports and contributes to various organizations and causes within New England including:

  • Cranberry Cup, a charity hockey tournament benefitting Autism Speaks, the Foundation Fighting Blindness and the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
  • Year Up, a one-year, intensive training program that provides urban young adults with a unique combination of technical and professional skills, college credits, an educational stipend and a corporate internship
  • Volunteer Lawyers Project, lawyers from Latham & Watkins’ Boston office partner with the Project to advise and represent low-income tenants in Boston Housing Court, primarily in matters involving eviction


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