Affiliations Notes

DarrowEverett is committed to supporting nonprofit organizations in a variety of ways – through corporate sponsorships and community fund-raiser events.

3rd Avenue Merchants Association
Academy of Court Appointed Masters
American Bar Association
American Health Lawyers Association
Block Island Chamber of Commerce
Boston Architectural College
Boston Bar Association
Bridgewater Business Association
Bristol County Bar Association
Brooklyn Bar Association
Center for Women and Enterprise
Fall River Area Chamber of Commerce
Fall River Bar Association
Federal Bar Association
Florida Bar Association
Girl Scouts of Central Massachusetts
Graduate Tax Program Alumni Association
Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce
Massachusetts Bar Association
Moses Brown School Alumni Association
Narragansett Lions Club
National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys
National Sailing Association & Hall of Fame
New England-Canada Business Network
New Hampshire Bar Association
Newport BNI
Newport County Chamber of Commerce
New York State Bar Association
New York State Board of Law Examiners
Northern Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce
Portsmouth Portuguese American Citizens Club
Real Estate Bar Association
Rhode Island Bar Association
Rhode Island Paralegal Association
Suffolk Law School Alumni Association
Swiss-American Chamber of Commerce
Thurgood Marshal Law Society
Tri-Town Chamber of Commerce
UCF Alumni Association
University of New Hampshire Alumni Association
Women’s Bar Association
Worcester County Bar Association
Worcester County Executives Association
Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce

 

 

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