Public Interest Leaders Connect with Boston’s Corporation Counsel

Bill Sinnott (Corporation Counsel for the City of Boston) spoke with PILP 10 last Thursday about his own career and offered helpful advice about their own career paths.

Bill Sinnott (Corporation Counsel for the City of Boston) spoke with PILP 10 last Thursday about his own career and offered helpful advice about their own career paths.

Last week, the BBA’s Public Interest Leaders had the pleasure of meeting with the Corporation Counsel for the City of Boston, William Sinnott. As Corporation Counsel, Bill oversees all lawyers and legal matters for the city. With his previous experience as an Assistant District Attorney, Assistant U.S. Attorney and a decorated retired Colonel in the Marine Corps Reserves, Bill was an excellent resource to the PILP’ers and is a prime example of leadership and service to the community. The meeting gave the class the opportunity to both learn more about Bill’s unique career path, as well bounce ideas off of him as they start to brainstorm on their own programming initiatives.

Beyond the Billable asked PILP10 member Andrea Brown, Assistant Corporation Counsel, to comment on the PILP class’ meeting with her boss, Bill Sinnott:

“He encouraged us as attorneys to strive continuously to learn and to evolve in our careers by always having a 10-year plan in mind. He also urged us to stay active with the BBA, where many lasting friendships and networking opportunities are created. It was helpful to be inspired by his example of public service and to get his input on potential project ideas.”

Stay tuned for more updates on PILP and what this class has in store for the year ahead.

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Posted on July 31, 2013, in Public Interest Leadership Program and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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