Reading, Massachusetts Civil Rights Lawyers
Stoneham, MA 02180
Northeastern University School of Law
Additional trial experience includes federal Civil Rights, ADA, Wage Act, Immigration, and Medical malpractice. Specific competencies in business law includes Contracts, Securities Law, HR management, intellectual property, and Financial Planning & asset management (FINRA Series 7 & 66 licensed.)
Licensed to practice law with the Supreme Court of the United States, US First Circuit Court of Appeals, US Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, the US Trial Court for the District of Massachusetts, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and the State of Connecticut.
In addition to helping the injured, Andrew Brodie also has a passion for criminal law. In 2003 he spent a year working for the Suffolk County District Attorneys where he represented the Commonwealth in criminal matters. He joined the law firm of Jason and Fischer in 2002 and now represents clients in a...
Reading Civil Rights Legal Aid & Pro Bono Services
Massachusetts Advocates for Children
Neighborhood Legal Services, Inc.
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