Community

Sheehan Phinney has a long history of service to our communities. Making a difference in the lives of others is one of the Firm’s top priorities, and we steadfastly believe that every successful attorney should be involved in community service activities. We encourage each of our lawyers to become involved in civic activities, and we can proudly say that our attorneys are not only some of the most talented and brilliant legal minds in the country, but that they also serve as valued volunteers, honored members of community boards, and elected or appointed local and state government officials. Many Sheehan Phinney attorneys are also involved with pro-bono legal work for various organizations as well.

The following is only a partial list of our commitment to the community. A complete listing of individual credentials can be found on our attorneys’ individual web pages.

  • Big Brothers Big Sisters

    Sheehan Phinney sponsored a team in support of Endicott College's 5th Annual Will Archibald Wheelchair Basketball Game.
    Sheehan Phinney sponsored a team in support of Endicott College’s 5th Annual Will Archibald Wheelchair Basketball Game.
  • United Way
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    The Boston office staff and attorneys spent an afternoon doing a Fall clean-up at The Boston Home, a not-for-profit specialized care residence for adults with advanced Multiple Sclerosis.

    Together with Howe, Riley, Howe, Stay Work Play, Northeast Delta Dental, and SilverTech, the 3rd annual Next Generation event was a success.
  • CATCH
  • The Boston Home
  • Greater Boston YMCA
  • NH Preservation Alliance
  • Joseph Community Services/Meals on Wheels
  • National Trust for Historic Preservation
  • Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce
  • Currier Museum
  • NH Association for the Blind
  • Salvation Army
  • Families in Transition
  • NH Community Loan Fund
  • Special Olympics
  • NH Center for Public Policy
  • New Horizons
  • NH Symphony Orchestra
  • Harbor Schools of Massachusetts
Jim Shirley’s family has farmed 500 acres in Goffstown for nine generations, dating back to 1763. Over the years, they have grown vegetables, apples and hops, produced milk and harvested timber and hay.

 

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Susan Manchester joined Families in Transition (FIT) in the opening of their new Spruce Street property which will provide housing to four low income individuals and families.