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Joan Lukey of Choate Ranked as Top "Band 2" Litigation: Trial Lawyer in US by Chambers Global 2015

Choate Press Release

 | March 19, 2015

Joan Lukey, Chair of the Complex Trial & Appellate Litigation Group, has been recognized among the "world's best" trial lawyers in the Chambers Global 2015 rankings.

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