ENGINEERING ROOTS PREPPED APPEALS COURT NOMINEE FOR LEGAL CAREER [+PHOTO]
By Andy Metzger
STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE
STATE HOUSE, BOSTON, MAY 18, 2017....Before becoming an accomplished lawyer who is now poised to join the highest ranks of the judiciary, Dalila Argaez Wendlandt helped construct a robot and worked on components for nuclear reactors.
If confirmed by the Governor's Council, the 47-year-old partner at Ropes & Gray who specializes in intellectual property will join the Appeals Court, checking the decisions made by trial court judges across the state.
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