Rackemann, Sawyer & Brewster
We’ve been committed to the ideal of public service throughout our history. It’s a big part of who we are and how we see ourselves as a firm, much in the tradition of John Adams and Louis Brandeis. We believe our community involvement reflects a sense of obligation we share with our clients.
From the first day any of us get here, we see other lawyers and members of the firm serving and leading all kinds of civic and charitable organizations. We see our fellow members set an example by taking on a wide range of pro bono cases and public causes throughout Boston and Massachusetts.
Others are town meeting members and hospital board directors. Many of us serve on state and local boards and commissions and in other appointed and elected offices.