Ronaldo Rauseo-Ricupero is a member of the firm’s Business Litigation group where he works on complex commercial litigation and arbitration matters, including government investigations relating to civil and criminal fraud and abuse, contract disputes, franchise disputes, and healthcare compliance issues.
He serves on the firm's pro bono committee and was a recipient of the 2011 Pro Bono Recognition Award from the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights. Additionally, Ronaldo was selected as Nixon Peabody’s 2012 Pro Bono Attorney of the Year.
Prior to joining Nixon Peabody, Mr. Rauseo-Ricupero served as a legal intern in the Office of the Prosecutor at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia in the Hague. He was also legal assistant to the general counsel of the International Crisis Group in New York, an intern for Senator John F. Kerry in Washington D.C., and program coordinator of the John William Ward Public Service Fellowship in the chambers of United States District Court Chief Judge Mark L. Wolf in Boston.
During law school, Mr. Rauseo-Ricupero was a member of the Latino-American Law Students Association, earned a University Certificate in Human Rights Law, and was named the Public Interest Law Foundation’s Student of the Year.