Moscone Accepted Into Program

Special to the Times-Free Press

Albert J. “AJ” Moscone, Jr. has been accepted into the Boston Bar Association’s Public Interest Leadership Program. Each year, the Boston Bar Association’s Public Interest Leadership Program welcomes a select group of talented and highly-motivated lawyers to participate in a year-long program designed to provide intensive leadership and professional development training.

Albert J. “AJ” Moscone.

Moscone is the founder of Moscone Law, where he focuses on an array of matters, including criminal, civil, and business litigation as well as transactional and hospitality matters. He has successfully litigated before a judge or jury in multiple venues throughout the Commonwealth, as well as in Federal Court, and has guided home and business owners through transactional and zoning/licensure matters. He was born and raised in East Boston, he currently serves on the Board of Directors for the East Boston Chamber of Commerce as well as the East Boston YMCA.

The notification letter is as follows: On behalf of the Boston Bar Association, I am pleased to welcome you to the 2023 class of the Public Interest Leadership Program (PILP). You have been selected from a number of impressive applicants to join this tremendously talented group of attorneys. Congratulations on this achievement! I am confident that your PILP experience will deepen your engagement and involvement as a leader both in the BBA and within the community at large. Further, I hope the bonds you develop with fellow PILP participants will enrich your experience and growth during the program and beyond. I wish you and your class all the best and look forward to working with you this year.

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