Harvard University (Bachelor of Arts, 1989). Columbia Law School (Juris Doctor, 1996).
Worked at Palmer & Dodge Limited Liability Partnership (Boston, Master of Arts) specializing in General Practice. Trials and Appeals in all Courts. Antitrust, Banking, Bankruptcy, Reorganization and Workout, Business Law, Commercial and Institutional Lending, Communications, Construction, Copyright, Corporate Finance, Creditors" Rights, Employee Benefits, Energy, Environment, Estate Planning and Trust and Estate Administration, Government Contracting, Immigration, Insurance, Intellectual Property, International, Labor and Employment, Nonprofit Corporations, Personal Injury/Products Liability, Probate, Public Utility, Publishing and Entertainment, Real Estate, Schools, Colleges and Universities, Securities, State and Municipal Bonds and Municipal Law, Tax, Technology, Transportation, Venture Capital.
Admitted to the bar, 1996, Massachusetts.
Stone Scholar. Author: "Whose Money Is lieutenant Anyway?" Columbia Business Law Review, Summer 1996. Palmer & Dodge Limited Liability Partnership, founded in 1887, is one of Boston"s largest law firms, with more than 150 attorneys providing a full range of corporate legal services to a broad mix of domestic and foreign clients.
The firm serves clients in Boston, throughout New England, elsewhere in the United States and internationally. Practice ranges from sophisticated corporate transactions and complex civil litigation to private client trust matters, with a number of focused specialties, including biotechnology, high technology, aviation, immigration, antitrust, banking and financial services, energy, publishing and entertainment, tax, environmental, and labor and employment law.
Member: American Bar Association.