Business Litigation And Nonprofit Attorney Appointed To New England Legal Foundation’s Massachusetts Advisory Council

BOSTON-New England Legal Foundation President Dan Winslow announced today the appointment of Denzil McKenzie, founder and managing director of McKenzie and Associates to NELF’s Massachusetts Advisory Council. “Well recognized among legal professionals who advocate on behalf of family-owned business and nonprofits, Denzil brings 40 years of experience in business litigation, probate administration, bankruptcy, tax appeals, and business law to advise and advance our mission throughout the Commonwealth. ”

Denzil D. McKenzie is the managing director and founder of McKenzie and Associates, P.C. He is a graduate of Boston University School of Law and studied tax law in the Boston University Graduate Tax Program. Attorney McKenzie began his legal career as an Assistant Attorney General for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Attorney McKenzie holds membership in numerous professional organizations, including the American Bar Association, the Massachusetts Black Lawyers Associations, and the Massachusetts Probate and Family American Inn of Court. He recently served as a member and Treasurer of the Clients’ Security Board of the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts and a member of the American Bar Association’s Standing Committee on Client Protection. He is a Fellow of the Massachusetts Bar Foundation and the American Bar Foundation. He recently completed his term as President of the Massachusetts Family and Probate American Inn of Court.

Winslow noted that the New England Legal Foundation is expanding the membership of its Advisory Councils for all six states in the region this year. In-house counsel and law firm partners interested in serving on a state Advisory Council may contact NELF at


About the New England Legal Foundation: For nearly 50 years, the New England Legal Foundation has filed amicus briefs and impact litigation in support of free enterprise, property rights, good and limited government, and inclusive economic growth.

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