Welcoming Attorneys Alyssa Rayman-Read and Christopher B. Logue
We are delighted to welcome Attorneys Alyssa Rayman-Read and Christopher B. Logue to our firm. Alyssa and Chris each bring a wealth of nonprofit legal expertise and direct in-house counsel experience to enhance and deepen our firm's representation in the nonprofit sector.
Alyssa's experience includes her roles as Vice President and Massachusetts Director of Conservation Law Foundation, Assistant General Counsel and Director of Labor Engagement at Northeastern University, and Senior Advisor to HEET (Home Energy Efficiency Team), a growing clean energy incubator. She provides counsel on a wide array of workplace matters, with a particular focus on dispute resolution, independent investigations of alleged misconduct and discrimination, employee engagement strategy, and the creation of inclusive, equitable workplaces through JEDI (justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion) practices. Alyssa also advises on workplace compliance, risk planning, traditional labor relations, legislative strategy, government engagement, and external affairs. For more information about Alyssa's practice areas, background, and experience, read her full bio.
Christopher joins our firm after serving as Deputy Director at 826 Boston, a Boston-based education nonprofit serving students in grades K-12. In this role he oversaw the human resources department which he helped to build from the ground up. His experience also includes working as an attorney for the nonprofit law firm CAPLAW where he advised social service providers across the country on various strategic, operational, and legal matters. Chris’s areas of expertise include tax-exempt law, corporate governance, and employment and human resources laws such as wage and hour, preventing and investigating workplace harassment and discrimination, and ensuring compliance with disability and accommodation laws. Learn more about Chris from his full bio.