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Maureen Dwyer-led attorney team defects to Goulston & Storrs

Maureen Dwyer, one of the city’s leading land use and zoning attorneys, and four other attorneys from Pillsbury have joined Goulston & Storrs, the firm announced late Friday.

Making the move with Dwyer are John Epting, Phil Feola, Allison Prince and Paul Tummonds Jr.

Dwyer, the co-chair of the land use group at Pillsbury, said in a news release that Goulston’s size, scope of services and experiences better matched her clients, particularly universities. Dwyer’s clients include Georgetown, George Washington, American, Catholic, Trinity universities and the Consortium of Universities of the Washington Metropolitan Area.

“We are delighted to be joining a firm with such a stellar reputation and a deep historic commitment to real estate,” Dwyer said in the release.

Goulston, a Boston-based firm, opened its D.C. office in 2001 to support its national affordable housing practice and has since broadened its real estate practice. Not including Dwyer’s team, its D.C. office currently has 14 attorneys, accordimg to the firm’s Web site.

"We wish our colleagues good fortune at Goulston,” said Jim Rishwain, chair of Pillsbury, in the release from Goulston. “I am confident that we will continue to work with Maureen, Allison, John, Phil and Paul on joint projects and opportunities as we continue to serve our clients at the highest level.”

Before joining Pillsbury, Dwyer, a 1978 graduate of Catholic University’s law school, worked at Wilkes Artis.


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