Introducing Joshua Nadreau ’13, President of the Alumni/ae Association’s Board of Directors


09.28.22 —The School of Law is pleased to welcome Joshua Nadreau ’13, partner at Fisher Phillips in Boston, as board president of the Alumni/ae Association for 2022-2023. Building on the board’s robust network, Nadreau will take the lead in broadening the law school's connection with its graduate community in Boston and throughout the country.

“Our purpose as a board is three-fold: to connect graduates to the school and each other, to promote the law school, and to provide engaging programs for our members. If the pandemic has taught us anything, it’s that everyone does not need to be in the same place to feel part of a community. We should use this new era of connectedness to our advantage to grow our graduate community and the board’s collective ability to give back to the school,” said Nadreau. “I hope that when I look back on this year, we will have brought new and diverse perspectives to our board activities, and that graduates outside of Boston feel as connected to the school as those of us who are local.”

Nadreau focuses his practice at Fisher Phillips on labor and employment litigation and works with clients throughout the country. He routinely advises and represents clients in collective bargaining, arbitration proceedings, and before state and federal administrative agencies. His litigation practice focuses on class and collective wage and hour litigation. Nadreau also advises clients on compliance with state and federal leave laws, restrictive covenants and matters concerning allegations of employment discrimination.

For more information about serving on the Alumni/ae Association Board of Directors, please contact Mielle Marquis at

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