Shipman & Goodwin's outgoing leader said it has been an honor to serve in the profession and to help others, "particularly those who are less fortunate, and in being dedicated to the community."

TV courtroom dramas may portray tax attorneys as among the least thrilling in the legal field, but for Shipman & Goodwin managing partner Alan Lieberman, the vocation has been a ticket to both great success and 38 years of inspiration. The Hartford-based leader said he'll be closing the final chapter of his career at the end of the year to focus on family and personal pursuits, but he expressed gratitude and pride in both his firm and his work, which have always been focused on helping others.

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