About Us

Vivian Hsu is a graduate of Smith College and Suffolk University School of Law. Prior to entering private practice, she was a Division Counsel with Motorola, Inc., providing legal advice and training to managers and human resource professionals. Her earlier experience also includes positions with the WGBH Educational Foundation.

Committed to community, civic and professional involvement, Vivian has supported non-profit groups and community organizations. She has been in leadership roles with many organizations including the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association (NAPABA), the NAPABA Law Foundation, the Community Dispute Settlement Center, and continues to assist in advisory capacities. She is the Chair of the Personnel Board for the Town of Needham and is a member of the Needham Unite Against Racism Initiative (NUARI), having also been a facilitator in the Boston City-Wide Dialogues Project on Racial and Ethnic Diversity and for the Summit on Leading Diversity, a national diversity conference.

About UsVivian has served in appointments to the Boston Regional Selection Panel for the President’s Commission for White House Fellowships, the Massachusetts Trial Court Standing Committee on Dispute Resolution, the Massachusetts Bar Association Dispute Resolution and Labor and Employment Section Councils and the Boston Bar Association Labor and Employment Law Section. Supporting the advancement of women leaders, she has been an active member of the Boston Club, served as a president of the Women’s Business Network and a board member of the Asian Women’s Connection, and has supported the Asian Task Force Against Domestic Violence (ATASK) Silk Road Gala, EmPower Business Women’s Breakfast, and other community events.

Vivian was a longtime faculty member for the Certified Discrimination Prevention Training Program of the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination on the areas of discrimination, diversity, disability accommodation, harassment, and internal investigations. She has served on the American Arbitration Association panel of mediators for complaints before the MCAD and as a facilitator and team leader for the Summit on Leading Diversity, a national diversity conference. In addition, she has served as Education Chair of the Labor and Employment Law Section Council of the Massachusetts Bar Association and as a Committee Leader of the Labor and Employment Law Section of the Boston Bar Association.

A recognized speaker and highly regarded trainer and facilitator, Vivian has conducted training sessions on a wide variety of employment topics for industry associations, trade groups and bar associations. She is a frequent lecturer for programs and courses on workplace issues.

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