Celebrating 25 Years of Service to Our Clients and Our Community
At Prince Lobel, we have always been squarely focused on the future. We don’t spend a lot of time reliving the past or celebrating prior accomplishments. But with the firm observing its 25th anniversary, even we are not opposed to a brief jog down memory lane.
Twenty-five years ago, in an office on Boston’s Lewis Wharf, the law firm Peckham, Lobel, Casey, Prince & Tye was formed by like-minded attorneys with the shared goal of creating a lasting, service-driven firm of talented and respected lawyers. Their ideas proved successful. After outgrowing its space on Lewis Wharf, the firm moved to larger offices in the North End of Boston. Bolstered by years of consistent growth and a steady client base, the firm moved again, to its current location on Cambridge Street on the top two floors of the old Saltonstall Building. Now known as Prince Lobel Tye LLP, the firm is home to nearly 60 attorneys and more than 40 staff members.
But while the firm name, and the business of law, have changed over the years, our core values remain the same.
We are, and have always been, committed to providing our clients with top-notch legal service. We listen carefully to our clients’ needs and challenges. We understand both the legal arguments and the business realities of every new client matter. We take the time, ahead of time, to learn everything we can about our clients, their business, and the challenges they face. And we partner with our clients to chart a course that will most likely lead to a successful outcome.
In addition, all firm employees - attorneys and staff - remain steadfast in their commitment to the community. Whether we’re providing pro bono legal counsel to victims of domestic abuse, serving lunch at a women’s shelter, providing holiday gift baskets to low-income and homeless families, or helping to paint an elementary school in an inner-city neighborhood, Prince Lobel maintains its long-standing belief that it is incumbent upon each of us to reach out to the needy and underserved members of our community.
While much has changed in the past 25 years, we are glad that some things haven’t – our commitment to our clients, our values, and our community.