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Richard Milstein S.

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Ely , King , Kingsbury & Corcoran

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Background Information

Employment History

Founding Director

Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education , Inc.

Affiliations

Trustee Emeritus
WGBH

Member
American Bar Foundation

Member
American Law Institute

Board Member
Augusoft Inc

Board Member
Boston Center for Adult Education

Member
Boston Lyric Opera

Chairperson of the Education Committee
Massachusetts Bar Association

Member
Huntington Theatre Company

Member
Springfield Symphony Orchestra

Member
Baystate Medical Center

Member
Museums Association

Member
Springfield Library

Board Member
Gamble Mansion

Education

B.A.

Harvard College

J.D.

Boston University Law School

Web References (55 Total References)


MCLE | New England - Richard S. Milstein Scholarship Fund

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Richard S. Milstein MCLE | New England - Richard S. Milstein Scholarship Fund Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Inc., MCLE | New England

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Richard S. Milstein
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Richard S. Milstein Founding Director, Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Inc.; Partner, Ely & King, Springfield Of Counsel, Robinson, Donovan, Madden & Barry, Springfield
MCLE's founder and consulting director. In 1969, he envisioned an organization that would meet lawyers' needs for practical continuing legal education in Massachusetts.
Fueled by the generosity of family, friends and colleagues, The Richard S. Milstein Scholarship Fund, established to honor the visionary founding director of MCLE, now endows more than 50 legal services and needs-based scholarships to MCLE programs annually in Mr. Milstein's name. Thanks to gifts totaling over $130,000 from more than 120 donors, this named scholarship is the largest fund administered by MCLE, creating a lasting and meaningful tribute to the remarkable man who, over 50 years ago, pioneered continuing legal education in Massachusetts.
A graduate of Harvard College and Boston University Law School, Dick served as an officer in the United States Coast Guard Reserve until 1954. Upon leaving the Coast Guard Reserve, he joined the Springfield law firm of Ely, King, Kingsbury & Corcoran, where he would come to specialize in transactional work. His excellence in the area of estate planning led to his induction as a Fellow into the American College of Trusts and Estates Counsel. It was during his early days practicing law when Dick began to see the need for practical education among lawyers. In response to a call of arms in the 1950s by ALI-ABA, a national CLE organization, he became involved with continuing legal education in Massachusetts. While maintaining a full-time law practice, he volunteered his time and administered courses for the Hampden County Bar Association. Then, in 1962, he became the first chairperson of the Massachusetts Bar Association's Education Committee. Aware of the need for a more formal CLE organization serving the entire state, he was instrumental in founding MCLE in 1969 as a joint venture of the Massachusetts and Boston Bar Associations.
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Despite his robust law practice, Dick remained active in the activities and leadership of the organization. Under his stewardship and guidance, MCLE has become the premier provider of continuing legal education in Massachusetts and a model for CLE organizations across the country-from presenting a dozen courses per year and leading the way in technology with the innovative use of public television to reach lawyers around Massachusetts in the mid-1970s to more than 300 programs per year today and the increasing use of webcasts and online courses to reach lawyers across New England, the United States, and beyond. As a result of his vision, every year, thousands of lawyers-and by extension their clients-benefit from MCLE training programs and practice manuals. In recognition of his exceptional service and career-long dedication to continuing legal education, in 1997 he was honored with the prestigious Harrison Tweed Award from the American Law Institute-American Bar Association.
Committed to public and community service, Dick was instrumental in co-founding WGBY, the WGBH-affiliated public television station in western Massachusetts, and currently is a Trustee Emeritus of WGBH. He has served as a member of the boards of trustees of such diverse cultural institutions as the Springfield Library and Museum Association, Baystate Medical Center, Springfield Symphony Orchestra, the Huntington Theater, The Boston Lyric Opera, the Boston Center for Adult Education, and the Supreme Judicial Court Historical Society. For his distinguished public service and contributions to the cultural life in western Massachusetts, in 1999 he received the William Pynchon Award. Nationally, he was elected as a member of the American Law Institute and of the American Bar Foundation, organizations dedicated to the improvement of the practice of law and the education of lawyers. Locally, he served on Governor Foster Furcolo's commission to study the Uniform Commercial Code before it was adopted in Massachusetts in 1959 and on Governor Francis Sargent's Special Commission to revise the Massachusetts Securities Laws in 1970 and was later appointed by Governor Michael Dukakis as a charter member of the first Judicial Nominating Committee created to screen judicial candidates.
Among his many accomplishments, first-ranking has always been the founding and development of MCLE. Even after his formal retirement in 1998 from Springfield's Robinson, Donovan, Madden & Barry, Dick continues to influence and stay active in MCLE's affairs, where he blends his long view back with his signature optimism for the future. To this day, he advises on MCLE's strategic initiatives and long-range planning and serves as an inspiration to its 40-person staff. In recent years, one of his unique contributions has been to help lay the foundation for an endowment that funds scholarships for future generations of pro bono and legal services attorneys and other deserving lawyers who, without financial assistance, would not be able to attend MCLE programs. Therefore, the success and impact of The Richard S. Milstein Scholarship Fund, which is one of the cornerstones of MCLE's nearly $2 million scholarship endowment, provides an important milestone in securing the future of what he helped to begin over 40 years ago.
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Richard S. Milstein


MCLE | New England - Richard S. Milstein Scholarship Fund

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Richard S. Milstein MCLE | New England - Richard S. Milstein Scholarship Fund Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Inc., MCLE | New England

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Richard S. Milstein
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Richard S. Milstein Founding Director, Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Inc.; Partner, Ely & King, Springfield Of Counsel, Robinson, Donovan, Madden & Barry, Springfield
MCLE's founder and consulting director. In 1969, he envisioned an organization that would meet lawyers' needs for practical continuing legal education in Massachusetts.
Fueled by the generosity of family, friends and colleagues, The Richard S. Milstein Scholarship Fund, established to honor the visionary founding director of MCLE, now endows more than 50 legal services and needs-based scholarships to MCLE programs annually in Mr. Milstein's name. Thanks to gifts totaling over $130,000 from more than 120 donors, this named scholarship is the largest fund administered by MCLE, creating a lasting and meaningful tribute to the remarkable man who, over 50 years ago, pioneered continuing legal education in Massachusetts.
A graduate of Harvard College and Boston University Law School, Dick served as an officer in the United States Coast Guard Reserve until 1954. Upon leaving the Coast Guard Reserve, he joined the Springfield law firm of Ely, King, Kingsbury & Corcoran, where he would come to specialize in transactional work. His excellence in the area of estate planning led to his induction as a Fellow into the American College of Trusts and Estates Counsel. It was during his early days practicing law when Dick began to see the need for practical education among lawyers. In response to a call of arms in the 1950s by ALI-ABA, a national CLE organization, he became involved with continuing legal education in Massachusetts. While maintaining a full-time law practice, he volunteered his time and administered courses for the Hampden County Bar Association. Then, in 1962, he became the first chairperson of the Massachusetts Bar Association's Education Committee. Aware of the need for a more formal CLE organization serving the entire state, he was instrumental in founding MCLE in 1969 as a joint venture of the Massachusetts and Boston Bar Associations.
...
Despite his robust law practice, Dick remained active in the activities and leadership of the organization. Under his stewardship and guidance, MCLE has become the premier provider of continuing legal education in Massachusetts and a model for CLE organizations across the country-from presenting a dozen courses per year and leading the way in technology with the innovative use of public television to reach lawyers around Massachusetts in the mid-1970s to more than 300 programs per year today and the increasing use of webcasts and online courses to reach lawyers across New England, the United States, and beyond. As a result of his vision, every year, thousands of lawyers-and by extension their clients-benefit from MCLE training programs and practice manuals. In recognition of his exceptional service and career-long dedication to continuing legal education, in 1997 he was honored with the prestigious Harrison Tweed Award from the American Law Institute-American Bar Association.
Committed to public and community service, Dick was instrumental in co-founding WGBY, the WGBH-affiliated public television station in western Massachusetts, and currently is a Trustee Emeritus of WGBH. He has served as a member of the boards of trustees of such diverse cultural institutions as the Springfield Library and Museum Association, Baystate Medical Center, Springfield Symphony Orchestra, the Huntington Theater, The Boston Lyric Opera, the Boston Center for Adult Education, and the Supreme Judicial Court Historical Society. For his distinguished public service and contributions to the cultural life in western Massachusetts, in 1999 he received the William Pynchon Award. Nationally, he was elected as a member of the American Law Institute and of the American Bar Foundation, organizations dedicated to the improvement of the practice of law and the education of lawyers. Locally, he served on Governor Foster Furcolo's commission to study the Uniform Commercial Code before it was adopted in Massachusetts in 1959 and on Governor Francis Sargent's Special Commission to revise the Massachusetts Securities Laws in 1970 and was later appointed by Governor Michael Dukakis as a charter member of the first Judicial Nominating Committee created to screen judicial candidates.
Among his many accomplishments, first-ranking has always been the founding and development of MCLE. Even after his formal retirement in 1998 from Springfield's Robinson, Donovan, Madden & Barry, Dick continues to influence and stay active in MCLE's affairs, where he blends his long view back with his signature optimism for the future. To this day, he advises on MCLE's strategic initiatives and long-range planning and serves as an inspiration to its 40-person staff. In recent years, one of his unique contributions has been to help lay the foundation for an endowment that funds scholarships for future generations of pro bono and legal services attorneys and other deserving lawyers who, without financial assistance, would not be able to attend MCLE programs. Therefore, the success and impact of The Richard S. Milstein Scholarship Fund, which is one of the cornerstones of MCLE's nearly $2 million scholarship endowment, provides an important milestone in securing the future of what he helped to begin over 40 years ago.
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Richard S. Milstein


MCLE | New England - Monroe L. Inker Scholarship Fund

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Richard S. Milstein


MCLE | New England - Hon. William G. Young Scholarship Fund

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Richard S. Milstein


MCLE | New England - Staff

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Richard S. Milstein, Esq., Founding Director rmilstein@mcle.org (617) 896-1241

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Richard S. Milstein, Esq., Founding Director rmilstein@mcle.org (617) 896-1241

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