I am an attorney in private practice in Belmont, focusing on wills and trusts, real estate and lottery winners. I grew up in Stuyvesant Town, a group of apartment buildings in New York City with a peculiar history. After a degree in medieval history from Brown University, and a law degree, I clerked for a judge in New Hampshire, and then worked in Washington, D.C. for the U.S. Treasury regulating financial institutions. For an unusual quasi-sabbatical, I left Washington to get a master’s degree in management from Yale, which was excellent training to work in Prague and to run a small business. I am an editor of Massachusetts Law Review, and rotate through various leadership positions in bar committees, non-profit organizations, and local government.
Like many former (injured and retired) runners, I swim regularly, but not as often as I’d like. I’ve lived in Cambridge since 1995, and I’m a serious amateur musician (recorder and clarinet). I enjoy music workshops, movies, dinner parties and attempting to learn foreign languages. If anyone wants to help me petition Blodgett to lane the pool the long way more often, please contact me.
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