BOSTON—The BIO 2018 conference is one of the landmark events of the year for the life sciences and pharmaceuticals sector, and Womble Bond Dickinson’s Boston team hosted two events in connection with the conference.

On June 3, the firm hosted a reception social at the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museums featuring a transatlantic theme. Attendees enjoyed good food and drinks, conversation, and a ship tour all while soaking in a key moment in American history. Our guests included the British Consulate General in Boston. 

Then, on June 6, the firm held a cocktail reception at The Envoy Hotel’s Lookout Rooftop and Bar for life sciences clients and prospects. The setting offered panoramic views of the Boston Harbor and skyline. 

Boston Office Managing Partner Sarah Keefe and attorneys Cristin Cowles, Danielle Herritt and Deborah Vernon hosted the “Boston TEAm Party” and cocktail reception. Approximately 150 people combined were in attendance at the two events.

In addition to the aforementioned attorneys, other Womble Bond Dickinson attendees included Daniel Attaway, Becky Barnes, Christopher Bolen, Ben Bourke, Gary Campbell, John Cox, Kelley Doran, Kevin Fiala, Maryanne Interbartolo, Jennifer Itzkoff, Angela Long, Carl Massey, Julie Meigs, Heath Misley, Jake Moore, Kay Newman, Dan Orr, Margareta Sorenson, Dominic Yee and Tracey Wright.

The BIO International Convention is hosted by the Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO). BIO represents more than 1,100 biotechnology companies, academic institutions, state biotechnology centers and related organizations across the United States and in more than 30 other nations.