Ms. Wendoly Langlois
Associate General Counsel

(Workshop Moderator) Wendoly Ortiz Langlois is an Associate General Counsel at Boston Medical Center (BMC), a private, not-for-profit, 496-bed, academic medical center and the primary teaching partner for Boston University School of Medicine. Ms. Langlois joined BMC’s General Counsel’s Office in 2013. She works on government investigations, trademark/copyright, lobbying, policy development, data privacy and guardianship matters, as well as the preparation of vendor contracts. She is a founder and co-chair of BMC’s Trans Health Taskforce. She is a member of BMC’s Accessibility Committee, Forms Committee (co-chair), Policy & Procedure Committee and BMC’s Mission Advisory Group. Ms. Langlois is also a member of the Board of Directors of Franciscan Children’s Hospital in Brighton, MA. Prior to joining BMC, Ms. Langlois served as an Assistant Attorney General within the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office for eight years, first, within the Criminal Bureau, as a member of the Environmental Crimes Strike Force, and then, within the Public Protection and Advocacy Bureau, as a member of the Health Care Division (HCD). As a member of the HCD, she handled consumer protection enforcement matters involving data privacy, the pharmaceutical industry, and referrals by the Department of Public Health. Prior to joining the Attorney General’s Office, Ms. Langlois was a prosecutor with the Norfolk District Attorney’s Office for three years. She began her career as an Honors Attorney Fellow with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency – New England. She is a graduate of Kenyon College and received her J.D. from the Tulane University School of Law.