Foley Hoag Associate Thomas Ayres Chosen for Public Interest Leadership Program
September 15, 2010
Foley Hoag congratulates Thomas Ayres, an associate in the firm’s Litigation Department, on being selected as one of 12 lawyers to participate in the Boston Bar Association’s 2010 - 2011 Public Interest Leadership Program.
The annual program, developed by the BBA in 2002, is a 12-month leadership development program for lawyers in their first ten years of practice. The program is built around the goal of identifying and developing attorneys to serve as civic, bar, and professional leaders of the future. A number of Foley Hoag lawyers have been past participants.
Mr. Ayres practices primarily in the area of business crimes and government investigations. He has been a member of Foley Hoag’s signature pro bono program, the Domestic Violence Prevention Project representing victims in over 20 different domestic violence and immigration matters.
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