33 The Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce honored Mintz Levin Pro Bono Chair Sue Finegan with its 2017 Pinnacle Award (for Achievement in the Professions), honoring leading women for outstanding achievement in the workplace, demonstrated leadership that has made a difference, and a commitment to enhance the quality of life in the region. In addition to her extensive pro bono experience, Sue was recognized for her roles as the co-chair of the Access to Justice Commission, as a member and former chair of the Supreme Judicial Court’s Standing Committee on Pro Bono Legal Services, and as the chair of the Commission on Judicial Conduct. The Justice and Diversity Center of the Bar Association of San Francisco honored Mintz Levin attorney Matt Show as the Outstanding Pro Bono Volunteer. Matt was recognized for his pro bono work with the Housing Negotiation Project in San Francisco. The Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights and Economic Justice honored Erica Coray with the Pro Bono Recognition Award for her leadership and public service, including her work on the ongoing racial profiling matter against the Walpole Police Department in Massachusetts. Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly recognized Mintz Levin attorneys Elissa Flynn-Poppey and Adrienne Walker as Top Women of Law, commending them on their success as attorneys in the community, for carving out “special paths worth noticing” through their careers, and for being involved in the Greater Boston community, reflecting the intense, wholehearted commitment to legal service central to this honor. The Women’s Law Center at Boston College Law School awarded Sue Finegan with the Women of the Year Award, as one who has “made a significant contribution to the legal profession through her practice, community involvement, and scholarship in the field.” In addition to Sue’s career achievements, dedication to pro bono service, and impact on the legal field, the Women’s Law Center highlighted Sue’s work in challenging President Trump’s executive order. The YW Boston recognized Rebecca Lee as an Academy of Women Achievers Awardee at its annual luncheon honoring Boston’s brightest, boldest, bravest, and most influential women. Rebecca was honored for her continued commitment to developing affordable housing projects. In addition, she serves on the Steering Committee for Ricesticks and Tea, the Finance Committee of WGBH, the Board of Directors for Asian Community Development Corporation, and the Advisory Board of Boston Harbor Now. Mintz Levin bestowed the 2017 Richard Mintz Pro Bono Award to associate Kerime Akoglu at its annual pro bono reception. Kerime was recognized for her tireless advocacy on behalf of numerous political asylum clients, abandoned juveniles fleeing gang violence in Central America, and bankruptcy clients seeking new lives.