Bring a new voice to the Massachusetts Governor's Council

As an attorney and former public school teacher
who’s worked with children caught up in the courts, I know that judges matter.

I want to bring a civil, community-based perspective to the Governor’s Council’s work of approving or rejecting the Governor’s judicial nominees.

About Paul

Paul is an attorney in private practice in Worcester, and is certified to represent children requiring assistance in state juvenile courts. He was named to Community Legal Aid’s Legal-Medical Partnership Pro Bono Honor Roll for 2017 and was recently appointed to the Worcester Planning Board. Previously, Paul worked in corporate litigation in Boston and taught in public high schools and in alternative programming for at-risk youth. He’s served as an elected Town Meeting Representative in Shrewsbury, where he also served on the Town Scholarship Committee.

Paul received a B.A. in English from Wesleyan University, a J.D. from Northeastern University, and an M.Ed. from Fitchburg State University. He is admitted to practice law in Massachusetts State and Federal Courts, and is licensed as a Principal and Special Education teacher.

He lives with his family in Worcester, where his oldest daughter attends 1st grade at their neighborhood public school.

I will be a civil, respectful voice on the Council, rejecting the toxic partisan culture that seeks to divide us.