During the opening of the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate in March, Victoria Reggie Kennedy was approached by Marvin Rosen, a shareholder at law firm Greenberg Traurig, with a proposal. Now that the center that bears her late husband’s name is complete, would she be willing to come back to the law firm where she once worked in the 1990s?
“He said to me, ‘You ought to come back to the firm,’” Kennedy said. “The timing was perfect. [I said], ‘Let’s keep talking.’”
Those talks led to Kennedy’s new job: senior counsel, based in Greenberg Traurig’s Washington and Boston offices. Her first day in the D.C. office was Tuesday. She said she’ll work out of the Boston office for the first time next week.