Ingrid S. Martin has been elected to the Boston Bar Association Council, the governing body for the organization.
The 2021-22 Council starts its year on Sept. 1, and will shape the BBA’s agenda and priorities, advise on financial decisions, and provide oversight on behalf of BBA members.
Long active in BBA leadership roles, Ms. Martin previously chaired the Health Law Section Steering Committee and most recently led the Section’s social action projects. She served on the Advisory Committee of the BBA’s inaugural White Collar Crime Conference in 2018 and co-chaired the 2019 Conference.
She is a frequent presenter at BBA CLE programs, including the Life Sciences Conference and White Collar Crime Conference, and is a member of the Boston Bar Foundation’s Society of Fellows and has served on the BBF’s Adams Benefit Ball Committee.
A partner at Todd & Weld, Ms. Martin concentrates her practice on health law and white collar criminal defense.