After receiving degrees from the University of Michigan (Go Blue!), and the University of Miami School of Law (where I was Editor in Chief of the Law Review), and a federal judicial clerkship, I began my private practice in Boston in 1990. Until 2000, I worked for two law firms, one in Boston and one in the Berkshires, and focused on general civil trial practice, employment law, and trusts and estates. Since 2000, I have been a principal in my own firm. I am admitted to practice in Massachusetts, regularly practice in numerous state and federal agencies and courts, and have had the privilege of serving as co-counsel to a successful litigant at the Supreme Court of the United States. See http://caselaw.findlaw.com/us-supreme-court/502/527.html
If I Could Give One Piece of Advice About Seeing A Lawyer
The best legal outcomes are the result of a thorough, thoughtful and confidential conversation between attorney and client. Your lawyer must be a good listener, and should always understand what you, the client, want to accomplish. A good conversation is essential to a successful legal engagement.