Marianne LeBlanc, principal at SUGARMAN, once again, has been honored by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly 2018 Top Women of Law. As a second-time recipient, Attorney LeBlanc has been inducted into its prestigious Circle of Excellence, and was honored at its Annual Dinner and Awards Program.

“I was hoping that I could make some small piece of the world a better place,” said Attorney LeBlanc, “And I thought the law could help me do that.”

Coming from a social justice background, she wanted to use her skills to help others. Over her 25 years with the firm, LeBlanc has won record verdicts for her clients. But, she says, “It’s easy to look at whatever your biggest verdict was as your highest point, but I think that does a disservice to what we do as lawyers,” she says. “Doing the best I can for my clients and earning their trust day in and day out is what I am most proud of professionally.”This well-deserved recognition is a result of her remarkable achievements and leadership in law.

The Top Women of Law event celebrates outstanding achievements made by exceptional women lawyers. Each year Lawyers Weekly honors women attorneys who have made tremendous professional strides and demonstrated great accomplishments in the legal field, which includes: pro bono, social justice, advocacy and business. The awards highlight women who are pioneers, educators, trailblazers, and role models. The Circle of Excellence recognizes women who continue to exemplify professional, civic and mentoring achievements year in and year out in the Massachusetts legal community and beyond. These high-achieving women are former honorees of the Top Women of Law who have been inducted into the Circle of Excellence.

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