Elissa Flynn-Poppey, JD '00 -- Mintz Levin attorney Elissa Flynn-Poppey will be recognized for her pro bono efforts on behalf of victims of domestic violence by the Rappaport Center for Law and Public Service at Suffolk University Law School.

Ms. Flynn-Poppey, a 2000 graduate of Suffolk University Law School, is being honored as part of the school’s recognition of its students, alumni and faculty who have participated in the school’s pro bono program and otherwise engage in pro bono service. The ceremony and reception, being held at Suffolk Law School’s Faculty Dining Room on April 21, will also recognize National Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Business Wire, April 20, 2010