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Laura E. Martin

Associate / Boston

Overview

Laura E. Martin is an associate  in Nutter’s Litigation Department.

Prior to Nutter, she worked in the Government & Neighborhood Affairs Department of the Boston Red Sox, where she coordinated City of Boston license applications, permit applications, and state filings; drafted and revised Red Sox Foundation contribution agreements, amendments to parking agreements, and other contracts; and conducted research on pending legislation and permitting matters.

During her final semester in law school, Laura served as a Rule 3:03 certified intern at 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. Before law school, Laura was an office manager and paralegal at a boutique litigation firm in Boston.

During law school, Laura served as the president and public relations chair for the Employment & Labor Law Student Association and the 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.

Education & Admissions

Education

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

Admissions

  • Massachusetts

Before Nutter

Previously, Laura worked in the Government & Neighborhood Affairs Department of the Boston Red Sox, where she coordinated the City of Boston’s license applications, permit applications, and state filings; drafted and revised Red Sox Foundation contribution agreements, amendments to parking agreements, and other contracts; and conducted research on pending legislation and permitting matters.

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