Moy Ogilvie Selected as one of Hartford Business Journal’s Power 50 Class of 2021

Moy Ogilvie is managing partner in the Hartford office of national law firm McCarter & English.

She represents one of the few Black women managing partners in Connecticut and the country and is a leader inside and outside her firm.

Ogilvie was appointed by Gov. Ned Lamont to serve on the Connecticut Criminal Justice Commission and she also sits on the board of directors for the Connecticut Bar Foundation, Lawyers Collaborative for Diversity and Hartford Youth Scholars.

In 2017, Moy was appointed McCarter & English’s Diversity & Inclusion Partner, where she coordinates and implements the firm’s initiatives designed to enhance the recruitment, development, promotion and retention of women and diverse attorneys.

The firm also recently launched its McCarter & English Social Justice Project, which Ogilvie co-chairs. The initiative combines McCarter’s diversity and inclusion and pro bono practice areas to take on cases that combat the impact of racial injustice in local communities.

Moy’s areas of legal practice include product liability, toxic tort and pharmaceutical matters.
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