University of Vermont (Bachelor of Arts, 1970). Boston University School of Law (Juris Doctor, 1973).
Worked at Mahoney, Hawkes & Goldings (Boston, MA) specializing in General Practice including Antitrust, Bankruptcy and Creditors' Rights, Commercial Real Estate, Construction, Corporation, ERISA, Educational Law, Eminent Domain, Entertainment, Environmental, Estate Planning, Franchising, Health Care, Insurance Coverage, International Commercial Transactions, Labor Relations and Employment, Legislative Law, Lender Liability, Non-Profit Organizations, Municipal, Probate, Products Liability, Securities, State and Federal Agency Practice, Taxation, Zoning Law, Trials and Appeals in all Courts and Administrative Agencies. Admitted to the bar, 1973, Massachusetts. Editor, Boston University Law Review, 1972-1973.
Clerk, Vermont, Attorney General's Office, 1972. Law Clerk to Judge W. Arthur Garrity, Junior, United States. District Court, District of Massachusetts, 1973-1974.
Author: "A New Minimum Rationality: Is the Extension of Veterans' Educational Benefits to Conscientious Objectors Who Have Performed Alternative Service Constitutionally Compelled?," 53 Boston University Law Review 513, 1973. "The Constitutionality of a Congressional Limit on Busing as a Remedy in School Desegregation Cases," 52 Boston University Law Review 321, 1972. Trial Advisor, Trial Advocacy Workshop, Harvard Law School, 1981.
Cambridge Civic Association, President, 1985-1986. Board of Directors, 1980-1992. Member: Boston, Massachusetts and American Bar Associations.
Mahoney, Hawkes & Goldings has been engaged in the general practice of law for thirty-six years. The firm represents individuals, partnerships, closely-held and publicly traded companies engaged in a broad spectrum of economic activity including manufacturing, high-technology, wholesaling, retailing and franchising, real estate development, hospitality, sports and entertainment and professional services. It also represents non-profit organizations involved in health care and education and numerous state and local public agencies and boards.
Member: Boston, Massachusetts and American Bar Associations.