Attorney Matthew G. Feher was nominated and unanimously elected Vice-President of the Massachusetts Municipal Lawyers Association (MMLA) at the MMLA’s 2020 Annual Business Meeting that took place on June 11, 2020. Attorney Feher has served on the MMLA Executive Board for approximately 10 years and has chaired the MMLA Legislative Committee since 2011. MMLA, founded in 1946 as the City Solicitors and Town Counsel Association, is the municipal law bar association of Massachusetts and its members are attorneys whose practice includes providing legal services to cities and towns or who otherwise devote a substantial portion of their practice to the advancement of municipal law, according to its website. Since its inception, MMLA has served Massachusetts cities and towns and has provided various member services, including preparation and submittal of amicus briefs in cases impacting municipal clientele, addressing legislative and regulatory issues effecting all aspects of municipal governance and authority, and providing municipal legal educational programs to its members and public officials.
KP Law congratulates Matt on this exciting achievement.