Seyfarth's Annie L. Malo and Michael E. Steinberg were selected to the Boston Bar Association's 2021 Public Interest Leadership Program (PILP) Class. The PILP class will spend the next year developing leadership skills and pursuing public service initiatives.
The Public Interest Leadership Program promotes civic engagement and public service by advancing the leadership role of lawyers in service to their community, their profession, and the Commonwealth. This selective program attracts a diverse group of talented, motivated attorneys who have graduated law school within the last ten years and demonstrated a commitment to pro bono and public service. After completing the 10-month program, graduates enter a growing network of over 200 accomplished alumni who provide mentoring and support to their successors.
Malo is an associate in Seyfarth's Real Estate department. She has a deep commitment to her volunteer work with Habitat for Humanity of Lawrence, MA and Northeast Arc, where she utilizes her expertise in real estate matters to assist these organizations in their important work. Malo is a graduate of Tulane University, University of Richmond Robins School of Business, and University of Richmond School of Law.
Steinberg is an associate in Seyfarth's Labor & Employment department. He has volunteered with Kids in Need of Defense (KIND) as well as the Massachusetts Appleseed Center for Law and Justice. He also serves on the Board of Directors of the Dereka Crosby Foundation. Steinberg is a graduate of Tufts University and Boston University School of Law.
The Boston Bar Association is the Commonwealth's premier legal institution, bringing together the brightest and most influential people to lead at the forefront of the profession. Its mission is to advance the highest standards of excellence for the legal profession, facilitate access to justice, foster a diverse and inclusive professional community, and serve the community at large. The BBA has nearly 13,000 members drawn from private practice, corporations, government agencies, legal aid organizations, the courts, and law schools.