Lauren began her career working in the legal field in her home state of Wisconsin and since then in connection with various agencies in Massachusetts, including the New England Innocence Project, Committee for Public Counsel Services and Suffolk Lawyers for Justice. Upon graduating law school, Lauren had the opportunity to work with a number of prominent attorneys in and around the Boston area where she excelled at writing and oral advocacy, second seating her first homicide trial less than four months after becoming a lawyer.
Lauren was a partner at two prominent Boston area law firms before opening her own.

Lauren also engages the New England legal community by participating in workshops and legal training seminars, including serving on MBA panels, MCLE panels, law school and high school mock trials, and for the past several years, she has served as a speaker at the New England School of Law Public Interest Law Forum.

Recognition & Awards

2016 Awarded 10 Best Under 40 in Client Satisfaction by American Institute of Criminal Law Attorneys

2016 Awarded Rising Star by SuperLawyers

2015 Awarded Rising Star by SuperLawyers

2012 Awarded Top 40 Under 40 by National Trial Lawyers Association

Professional Engagements

MBA, Introducing Evidence at Trial, 2016, Faculty Member

MCLE, Cost Effective Discovery, 2010

MCLE, Zealous Advocacy, Bi-Yearly since 2013, Faculty Member

Mock Trial, New England School of Law, annually since 2009, Guest Judge

Mock Trial, Massachusetts Bar Association-High School Mock Trial, Spring 2013, Coach

Public Interest Law Forum, New England School of Law, Annual Guest Speaker

American Constitution Society, Moot Court Judge (written and oral)

Memberships

National Women of Distinction, Honors

Massachusetts Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, Member

National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, Member

National Women Trial Lawyers, Member

Suffolk Lawyers for Justice, Member

Massachusetts Bar Association, Member

Phi Delta Phi, Member

Oak Creek Historical Society, Project Team Member

Wisconsin Historical Society, Member

Admissions

Commonwealth of Massachusetts

United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts

Education

University of Wisconsin-Madison

B.S. English

Criminal Studies Certificate

Women’s Studies Certificate

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