Goulston & Storrs Congratulates 41 Attorneys Named to 2022 Super Lawyers and Rising Stars List

October 28, 2022

Goulston & Storrs, an Am Law 200 firm, is pleased to announce that 41 of its lawyers have been selected as 2022 Super Lawyers and Rising Stars. Super Lawyers, which is a nationwide rating service for lawyers in more than 70 substantive practice areas, recognized junior and senior lawyers from multiple practice areas in the firm’s Boston, New York, and Washington, D.C. offices.

The Super Lawyer and Rising Star recognitions were broadly distributed among lawyers in the firm’s corporate, employment, environmental, intellectual property, litigation, private client, real estate, and tax practices.

The up and coming lawyers who earned “Rising Star” distinctions include:

  • Mitali Biswas, Boston
  • Jessica Caamano, Boston
  • James Casiello, Jr., Boston
  • Neema Chaiban, Boston
  • Alex Dockery, Boston
  • Lindsey Dubb, Boston
  • Brian Dugdale, Boston
  • Patrick Gallagher, Boston
  • Louise Giannakis, Boston
  • Kathryn Hess, New York
  • Paul Momnie, Boston
  • Jonathan Nichols, Boston
  • Carla Reeves, Boston
  • Julia Rosequist, Boston
  • Yareni Sanchez, Boston
  • Rebecca Tunney, Boston
  • Alexandra Youngblood, Boston

The following highly experienced attorneys achieved Super Lawyer status in 2022:

  • Ned Abelson, Boston
  • Mark Balk, Boston
  • Mark Christopher, Boston
  • Brian Cohen, New York
  • Timothy Dacey III, Boston
  • Nancy Davids, Boston
  • Josh Davis, Boston
  • Martin Edel, New York
  • Martin Fantozzi, Boston
  • Jennifer Furey, Boston
  • Trevor Hoffmann, New York
  • Deborah Horwitz, Boston
  • Matthew J. Kiefer, Boston
  • Abraham Leitner, New York
  • Joel Miller, New York
  • David Rabinowitz, New York
  • Douglas Rosner, Boston
  • Thomas Sartory, Boston
  • Marshall Senterfitt, Boston
  • William Seuch, Boston
  • Mark Swirbalus, Boston
  • James Wallack, Boston
  • Richard Zielinski, Boston
  • Wendy White, Washington, D.C.

The Super Lawyers rankings are based on a combination of independent research, peer nominations, and peer evaluations. Each year, Super Lawyers, which is part of Thomson Reuters, selects no more than 2.5 percent of the lawyers in the state to receive this honor.