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Irish Immigrant Daniel Jackson Donahue graduates from BU Law School and is admitted to the MA Bar.
Daniel Jackson Donahue opens practice in the Enterprise Building in downtown Lowell.
Daniel’s son, Joseph P. Donahue, graduates from Harvard Law School, is admitted to MA Bar, and joins father’s firm.
At the age of 21, Arthur Eno, Sr. is admitted to MA Bar and opens his practice in Lowell.
Joseph P. Donahue serves as Lowell City Solicitor in the 1920s.
Arthur Eno, Sr. is appointed to the bench and serves as a District Court judge in Lowell.
Arthur Eno, Jr. graduates from Harvard Law School and sets up practice in Lowell, focusing on title work and real estate.
Arthur Eno, Jr. is named General Counsel to the Jeanne D’Arc Credit Union.
Arthur Eno, Jr. publishes Mass Practice Series on Real Estate.
Joseph P. Donahue, Jr. and Richard K. Donahue join forces father’s Lowell practice.
Joseph P. Donahue, Jr. and Richard K. Donahue expand to a 10-lawyer firm, focusing on Business, Litigation, Insurance Defense, and Personal Injury.
Arthur Eno, Jr. publishes When Cotton Was King, a well-known book of essays on Lowell history.
Matthew Donahue graduates from Suffolk Law School and works as an Assistant DA in Middlesex County DA’s Office.
William F. Martin, Jr. graduates from BC Law School; clerks for Justice Joseph Nolan of the MA Supreme Judicial Court.
Matthew Donahue joins family firm, Donahue and Donahue Attorney PC, (environmental, litigation, insurance defense and criminal law).
William Martin joins Hale & Dorr, focusing on commercial real estate transactions.
William Martin joins Arthur Eno in practice in Lowell, MA.
Matthew Donahue elected to the Lowell City Council where he serves for two terms.
William Martin elected to the Lowell City Council, serving nine terms including a term as Mayor of Lowell.
Matthew Donahue and William Martin, with Joseph Donahue and Arthur Eno Jr., merge firms and create Eno Martin Donahue, LLP.
William Martin elected Mayor of Lowell.
Matthew Donahue named Massachusetts Super Lawyer.