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Laura E. Martin

Associate / Boston

Overview

Laura E. Martin is an associate in Nutter’s Litigation Department and a member of the Firm’s Labor and Employment Litigation, Securities Enforcement and Litigation, and White Collar Defense practice groups.

Laura is involved in the firm’s longstanding legacy of pro bono representation and commitment to civic and charitable engagement. Her pro bono activities include representing a prisoner pursuing a claim against prison officials, investigating a prisoner’s innocence claim, and representing individuals wishing to seal their criminal records.

Previously, Laura was a Rule 3:03 certified intern for the Committee for Public Counsel Services, representing clients at arraignments, probation detention hearings, and pre-trial motion hearings. In addition, Laura interned with the CORI & Re-Entry Project at Greater Boston Legal Services.

During law school, Laura served as President and Public Relations Chair of the Employment & Labor Law Student Association and Vice President of the Communication, Entertainment & Sports Law Student Association. She won Best Oralist at the Edward C. Stone Moot Court Competition and was a semi-finalist at the invitation-only Homer Albers Prize Moot Court Competition.

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Education

Boston University School of Law, J.D.
Boston University, B.A., cum laude

Admissions

  • Massachusetts
  • U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts

Before Nutter

Previously, Laura worked for the Boston Red Sox in the Government & Neighborhood Affairs Department, where she coordinated the City of Boston license applications, various permit applications, state filings, and served as a point of contact for the Fenway neighborhood residents and businesses.

Before law school, Laura was the Office Manager and Paralegal for a boutique litigation firm in Boston.

In the Community

Member of the Boston University Track & Field and Cross Country Alumni Council.

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