Partner and co-chair of Prince Lobel’s Family Law practice group Nancy Freed will be a panelist for Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Independent Activities Period this January. The two-day session’s topic is “Inclusive Bio- and Crypto Innovation: How Law and Technology Co-Evolve.” The panel will address how scientists, engineers, and lawyers can better understand their co-evolution in the disconnected world of innovation. The sessions are scheduled for January 27 and 29, 2022.
Nancy A. Freed is the co-chair of Prince Lobel’s Family Law Practice Group and one of the top family law practitioners in the state. A formidable courtroom advocate, skilled negotiator, and compassionate counselor, Nancy uses her skills, knowledge, integrity, and reputation to promote her client’s best interests while also protecting the ability of the restructured family to function as well as possible once the legal matters are resolved.
Nancy was one of the earliest members of Prince Lobel, joining in 1988, and was the firm’s first female equity partner. She has been instrumental in growing and expanding Prince Lobel into the full-service firm we know today. Nancy’s dedication as an attorney, mediator, and advocate has helped grow our client base and her commitment to mentoring young attorneys has helped grow our firm. She presently serves on the firm’s Management Committee and has served on the firm’s Investment, Social, and Compensation committees in the past. Nancy was also a founding member of Women@Prince, a group dedicated to advancing the careers of our women attorneys and to supporting local female-based charities.