BOSTON – Massachusetts State Treasurer Deb Goldberg cuts the ribbon on Tuesday, Nov. 29, at the opening of the New England Legal Foundation Downtown Crossing Boston HQ. More than 50 people gathered at the new NELF suite of offices in the Jewelers Exchange Building at 333 Washington Street to hear her remarks and witness the ribbon-cutting ceremony. Treasurer Goldberg cited the importance of economic empowerment to lift all persons to a better life, noting that NELF’s work encompasses this mission. Shown (l-r): NELF Development Director Caitlin O’Hara, Senior Staff Attorney Ben Robbins; NELF Board member John Shope; Board Chair Kevin Martin; Ribbon-Cutting Event Sponsor from Magna Legal Services, Deb Curran; NELF Board member Eileen McAnneny; NELF President Dan Winslow; Treasurer Goldberg; NELF Board members Tim Parilla and Paul Cushing; and NELF Executive Assistant Camaryn Sapienza.
About the New England Legal Foundation
The New England Legal Foundation (NELF – www.newenglandlegal.org) is the leading non-profit public interest law firm in the region dedicated to addressing issues of law and policy related to free enterprise. NELF’s ongoing mission is to champion individual economic liberties, property rights, limited government based on rule of law, and inclusive economic growth. NELF challenges actions by governments and special interests which would unreasonably intrude on the economic freedoms of individuals and business enterprises in New England and the nation. We believe that economic liberty is fundamental to a democratic society and offers the most sustainable path to advance the American ideals of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.