Foley Hoag was founded in Boston in 1943, and the city has remained the firm’s headquarters and largest office for more than 70 years. Located in Boston’s Seaport District, Foley Hoag has consistently maintained a commitment to innovation and tradition to deliver the highest levels of client service.
The Boston office is the base for many of the practices upon which Foley Hoag built its reputation, such as litigation, intellectual property, labor, environmental law and business. Attorneys in the Boston office are also focused on supporting the leading industries in the area, including technology, life sciences, energy, cleantech and education. The firm has deep roots in New England’s entrepreneurial community and helps to cultivate the next generation of technology companies by advising them on financing, growth and maturity.
As the firm has progressed into new practice areas over the years, it has expanded beyond Boston to provide services to clients in Washington, D.C., Paris, and most recently, New York. Through that expansion, Foley Hoag has never forgotten its commitment to Boston. The firm contributes to improving race relations through the Foley Hoag Foundation. Foley Hoag’s pro bono program is ranked in the country’s top one percent, focusing on a wide range of matters around social justice, education, nonprofit support, intellectual property rights and economic fairness.