Sheehey Attorney Celebrates 10 Years

Sheehey Furlong & Behm would like to extend its congratulations to firm principal Kevin Lumpkin for his tenth anniversary at Sheehey. Kevin first joined the team in November of 2013, becoming an integral part of its robust litigation group, and was named as a principal of the firm in 2018. He practices at both the state and federal level and regularly acts as local council for national law firms litigating in Vermont. Since 2015, he has been selected to the New England list of Rising Stars by Super Lawyers magazine, and in 2020 was named as one of 40 rising stars under 40 by Vermont Business Magazine. At the firm, Kevin is known for his energetic and adaptable spirit, and the persistence with which he pursues his cases. He is remarked upon for his dedication, determination, and for continuously encouraging both attorneys and staff towards their ambitions. Please join us in congratulating Kevin on this important anniversary.

Sheehey Sponsors Empty Bowl Dinner

Sheehey Furlong & Behm will once again sponsor the Spectrum Youth & Family Services Empty Bowl Dinner. The annual dinner, to be held October 10th, brings together members of the local community who are able to select a handmade ceramic bowl to fill with soups donated by local businesses. In addition, attendees are able to purchase items on the Giving Board, from eyeglasses to textbooks and personal care items, to benefit local youth.

Spectrum Youth and Family Services has been serving Vermont communities over 50 years. Their mission is to empower local youths and their families to lead better lives and make positive, sustainable changes through prevention, intervention, and life skills services. Sheehey is proud to support Spectrum in their efforts to transform not only the lives of the individuals and families they serve, but also the communities they work in.

Sheehey Welcomes Adam C. Aguirre to the Firm

Sheehey Furlong & Behm is pleased to announce that Adam C. Aguirre has joined the firm as an associate attorney.

Adam’s practice focuses primarily on civil litigation, but will also include criminal and white-collar defense, internal investigations, and issues of data privacy and security. Before joining Sheehey, Adam worked as a litigation associate for a large Boston firm. He has experience assisting clients with internal investigations in response to government subpoenas, as well as with developing data privacy policies and agreements in compliance with state privacy laws.

“It is our pleasure to welcome Adam to Sheehey,” Managing Partner Ian Carleton said. “His superb legal training and experience at a top Boston firm, combined with his obvious enthusiasm and work ethic, will make him a valued member of our team.”

Adam earned a B.A. from Georgetown University, M.S.Ed. from Hunter College, and J.D. from Harvard Law School. He served on the executive board of the Civil Rights – Civil Liberties Law Review during his time at Harvard, and was a member of First Class, an organization supporting students first in their family to attend law school, as well as Lambda, the LGBTQ+ affinity group, and the American Constitution Society. Prior to his career in the legal industry, Adam worked as an elementary school educator for over a decade in New York City and Providence, Rhode Island.