Leading international trade, customs, and export law firm Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg, P.A., announced today that Paula Connelly will be joining the firm on July 1, 2019, helping to establish the firm’s Boston office. Ms. Connelly has over 25 years of experience in customs and international trade law, including eight years with the Law Offices of Paula M. Connelly, a firm specializing in customs and international trade matters.

“ST&R is extremely pleased to welcome Paula to the firm and to expand our physical presence into the Boston area,” said firm Managing Partner Thomas G. Travis. “Paula brings not only decades of experience, but also a stellar reputation for helping businesses address and resolve import and export compliance issues.”

Ms. Connelly serves as legal counsel for the Boston Customs Brokers and Freight Forwarders Association, Vice President of the Coalition of New England Companies for Trade, a member of the AD/CV working group for U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s Commercial Customs Operations Advisory Committee, and a member of the International Business Advisory Board at Massachusetts Maritime.

In addition, she lectures on numerous import and export-related topics for various trade organizations, including CONECT, the BCBFAA, the Massachusetts Export Center, and the Chafee Center for International Business at Bryant University. She also teaches a customs broker exam preparation course in the Boston area.

Ms. Connelly commented, “I am looking forward to an exciting future with the ST&R team, and I will continue to offer my clients small-firm personal attention while enjoying the resources that come from ST&R’s global presence.”

Ms. Connelly can be contacted at 781-897-1771 or


Paula M. Connelly
Senior Member
Thomas G. Travis
Founder and Counsel

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