Robinson Donovan, P.C., a full-service law firm trusted by generations to represent individual and business clients throughout Massachusetts and New England, today announced that Partner Nancy Frankel Pelletier will be honored among the 2016 Top Women of Law by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly.

This honor is awarded to only 50 women attorneys annually throughout the entire Commonwealth of Massachusetts. It recognizes and celebrates outstanding achievements made by exceptional female lawyers. The 2016 honorees will be recognized at a dinner program on October 27, at the Marriott Copley Place Hotel in Boston.

“When I look at the list of honorees this year, I see a group of women who are without-a-doubt trailblazers in the legal field,” said Partner Nancy Frankel Pelletier. “I am thankful to be included among so many influential legal experts and I want to extend my congratulations to each of them.”

An East Longmeadow resident, Partner Nancy Frankel Pelletier exclusively practices litigation. She has no fear taking a case to trial, however, she recognizes when it is not in the best interest of her clients. She is equally talented at resolving conflicts outside of the court room expeditiously and economically. Her reputation as a litigator reaches well beyond Springfield with a practice area extending from the Berkshires to Boston in both state and federal courts. Pelletier has also been admitted to the Hampden County Bar Association, Women’s Bar Association of Massachusetts and the Federal Bar Association. She is a fellow at the International Association of Defense Council and a life fellow of the Massachusetts Bar Foundation. Other professional affiliations include membership to the Massachusetts Defense Lawyers Association, the Defense Research Institute and civic involvement at George Washington University and East Longmeadow High School where she provides mentoring and career job shadowing opportunities for students.

A complete list of 2016 Top Women of Law nominees can be found online at masslawyersweekly.com.


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