Alyse Adamson Receives Suffolk University Law School's All Rise Rising Star Award
The All Rise Program celebrates Suffolk University Law School female alumni who make significant impacts within their field and the Suffolk community. The program was founded with the mission of uniting to advance women and the future of law.
Alyse commented, "Suffolk University Law School well-prepared me to launch my career, and I am honored to be recognized alongside some truly amazing women."
Before joining B&D, Alyse served as an Assistant U.S. Attorney with the U.S. Department of Justice where she tried over 40 cases. At B&D Alyse serves as co-chair of the firm's Environmental Crimes, White Collar practice group. Throughout her career, she continues to show support for diversity, equity & inclusion efforts; through time as the Eastern Regional Director of the National Black Prosecutor’s Association, Co-Chair of the Diversity Committee of the DC Women’s Bar Association, and as a member of the Diversity Committee in the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia.
Alyse is a member of the National Bar Association and the Women's Bar Association. She has received both the United States Attorney Special Achievement Award and the United States Attorney Team Award.