About William M. Driscoll, Esquire
William Driscoll credits his professional success to superior research and analytical skills, a keen attention to detail, the tenacity to examine every angle, and the ability to explain complex information simply. He identifies the personal and legal issues and implements creative solutions for his clients best interests.
Attorney Driscoll takes the time to explain the law in simple to understand terms. He explains how our legal system works, from the Massachusetts trial court to the Supreme Court of the United States. He explains your rights and offers options. Ultimately it is his client who must choose his own path, with the assistance of Attorney Driscoll's experience.
Keen attention to detail, research, analysis, and critical thinking are required to effectively challenge and defend decisions on appeal in the Massachusetts appellate courts and in the Supreme Court of the United States.
Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court (all State courts)
Current Professional Activities
Association for Computing Machinery (ACM): Member
Massachusetts Bar Association: Appellate Bench Bar Committee
Massachusetts Committee for Public Counsel Services: Post-Conviction and Criminal Appeals Panel
National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, Member
Publications and Presentations
Author: Appeals Court Overturns Mandatory Pre-Litigation Mediation, published in the Family Mediation Quarterly by the Massachusetts Counsel on Family Mediation (14 Fam. Mediation Q. 3, Spring 2015).
Author: Rule 56(f): Precursor to a Substantive Opposition to Summary Judgment, published in the Massachusetts Law Review by the Massachusetts Bar Association (95 Mass. Law Rev. 171, June 2013).
Adjunct Professor, New England Law | Boston, Legal Research and Writing II (Appellate Advocacy), 2013.
Author: Information Security: A Business Necessity for Mediators, published in the Family Mediation Quarterly by the Massachusetts Counsel on Family Mediation (8 Fam. Mediation Q. 20, Summer 2009).
Seminar Chair/Presenter: Ready for Compliance? New Security Regulations Affecting All Collaborative Professionals, hosted by the Massachusetts Collaborative Law Counsel on February 26, 2009.
New England School of Law, Juris Doctor with honors
- Recipient of the President Anna E. Hirsch Award and editor of the New England Journal on Criminal and Civil Confinement
University of Massachusetts at Lowell, Master of Science, Mathematics
- Concentration in discrete algorithms and data structures
Worcester State College, Bachelor of Science with honors