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.

Sheehey Administrative Assistant Celebrates 20 Years

September marks a special anniversary for firm librarian and administrative assistant Carolyn Murray, who will be celebrating her 20th year of working for Sheehey Furlong & Behm.

Carolyn first began working for Sheehey as the firm’s receptionist, welcoming all clients to the firm with a friendly and professional demeanor that continued into her administrative work. When speaking on Carolyn’s work ethic, firm principal Diane McCarthy noted, “Carolyn is a great team member and mentor to her fellow staff members.  I always appreciate her calm demeanor, attention to detail, and willingness to jump in on projects, especially with projects that often have tight deadlines.”

Amongst her colleagues at Sheehey, Carolyn is known for her professionalism, diligence, and dedication, which she brings to all she does. “Over the course of her career at our firm, Carolyn has grown to be a cornerstone of Sheehey’s operations,” said Managing Partner Ian Carleton. “Carolyn and I arrived at the firm nearly at the same time, and it has been a pleasure to watch her play so many important roles over the years.  We are a better firm for her competence and stability.  Congratulations Carolyn.”

Carolyn, we extend our congratulations on this milestone, and our thanks for twenty years of incredible work with the firm.

Sheehey Sponsors Zoe’s Race

For the second year, Sheehey Furlong & Behm is sponsoring the Howard Center’s Zoe’s Race. The race, which was originally conceived of in 2009, and which is now in its 13th year, aims to raise funds for individuals and families served by the Howard Center to make their homes accessible. The support of its participants, as well as of local businesses, aids the Howard Center in meeting the needs of the communities it serves. To date, the race has helped to raise more than $270,000 which has funded a total of 34 accessibility projects helping local families.

Commenting on the sponsorship, firm partner Arline Duffy noted, “Our firm is pleased to support Zoe’s Race again this year. The money raised provides important financial support to families in need of a more accessible home, and we are grateful to the Howard Center for their efforts to improve the quality of life in our community.”