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SPBMCC Women’s History Month Spotlight: NallyAnn Scaturro

March 3, 2023 in

Throughout history, women have fought for progress, freedom, and advocacy, uplifting the voices that came before them and taking significant risks to improve their lives and those around them. Today, women continue to redefine their opportunities and potential and rewrite the future that lies before us, paving the way for future generations.

While women make limitless contributions to our society and industry daily, March is a month to acknowledge and honor women’s accomplishments in American history formally. During the month of March, SPBMCC would like to recognize the firm’s strong, successful female members and their impact on their practice and peers.

Women’s History Month was originally a week-long celebration—Pub. L. 97-28, passed by Congress in 1981, declared the annual celebration a week-long starting March 7, 1982. In 1987, the National Women’s History Project appealed to Congress to extend the holiday to the entire month of March. Pub. L. 100-9 declared March of 1987 Women’s History Month. Over five years, congress continued to acknowledge women’s effects and advances in society. In 1995, they declared Women’s History Month an annual celebration during March.

NallyAnn Scaturro joined the firm in 2021 as an Associate with a focus on mass torts, dedicated to pursuing her career and furthering her skills in her legal career. As a distinguished alumni and keynote speaker at Providence College Honors Convocation and an SJU Law First 10 Committee member, NallyAnn focuses on helping other recent law graduates find their path within the justice system. Below is a brief Q&A with NallyAnn, where she shares what inspired her to pursue her career in law, along with words of encouragement she would give to other young women who also want to pursue a legal career.


Q: What inspired your desire to pursue a career in law?

A: “I grew up with a lifelong love of learning and a wish to become an enthusiastic, educated force for positive change in the world with the confidence to speak my mind with clarity, precision, and eloquence. I wanted to pursue a career in law to use my voice to fight for justice, to advocate for my clients to the best of my ability, and to help them tell their stories in Court.”


Q: Is there a woman who inspired you within your field? A quote from someone that resonates with you?

A: “Real change, enduring change happens one step at a time. Fight for the things that you care about, but in a way that will lead others to join you.” -Ruth Bader Ginsburg


Q: What would be a piece of advice you would give to young women pursuing a legal career?

A: “I would tell young women hoping to pursue a legal career to build strong ties with their classmates and professors. I have treasured the friendships I have forged throughout my education, and they have remained with me in the years since graduation. My classmates challenged me to read closely, study diligently, and live up to my full potential. And the guidance I received from my professors shaped my dreams and helped me make my dreams come true.”

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