Hannah T. Joseph Selected for the BBA's 2016-2017 PILP Class

Hannah T. Joseph, Co-Founder of BANG, has been selected to join the Boston Bar Association's (BBA) Public Interest Leadership Program (PILP) class of 2016-2017. Hannah was chosen based on her demonstrated dedication to public service and history of organizing bar action. She now joins 16 of her professional peers, representing a variety of practice areas, to engage in the 14-month intensive program.

Now in its 13th year, PILP engages selected attorneys to advance their roles in public service and leadership in the legal community. During the 14-month program, PILP members will have the opportunity to, among other things, connect with leaders at meetings and events, and to work together to grow a philanthropic program from inception to fruition. The 2016-2017 class members join 153 notable PILP alumni in their mission to provide leadership and service.

Hannah is a third-year associate at Beck Reed Riden LLP, specializing in complex business litigation, trade secret and noncompete matters, and employment law. She currently serves as the BBA's Intellectual Property Committee Co-Chair. Prior to that, she served as a liaison between the BBA's Intellectual Property Law Section and the New Lawyers Section. In addition to her work with the BBA, Hannah is a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association and the Asian American Lawyers Association of Massachusetts. She is also a proud Big Sister with the Big Sister Association of Greater Boston.