Howard M. Cooper recently addressed Boston University School of Law faculty and students at the school's 2017 pro bono awards ceremony.
Mr. Cooper was introduced as an alumnus who has successfully integrated a substantial criminal and civil pro bono practice into a private law firm practice. The awards are given annually to BU faculty and students who have undertaken substantial pro bono efforts.
Mr. Cooper, a Founding Partner of Todd & Weld LLP., regularly handles significant civil rights and First Amendment matters, which are often of public significance. His wide-ranging practice also includes white collar criminal cases from the internal investigation stage through trial and appeal, as well as representing clients in major civil cases in the areas of corporate, closely-held business, real estate, partnership, malpractice, trade secret and franchise litigation.