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Mariel T. Smith

Associate (Pending admission to the Mass. Bar) / Boston

Overview

Mariel T. Smith is an associate (pending admission to the Mass. Bar) in Nutter’s Litigation Department.

Prior to joining Nutter, Mariel served as a legal intern at the Committee for Public Counsel Services (CPCS) in the Child and Family Law Appellate Division in Boston. She researched and wrote policy-based memoranda distributed to the CPCS child and family law attorneys. In addition, she conducted moot courts and reviewed briefs to aid attorneys in preparing for oral advocacy.

Previously, Mariel was a legal assistant at a law firm in Greater Boston, where she researched issues including estate planning, real estate, and mental health proxy matters, and aided in trial preparation.

Mariel’s community involvement includes volunteering at Rosie’s Place, St. Francis House, Neighborhood Fund, and Habitat for Humanity. 

During law school, Mariel was an editor for the Public Interest Law Journal and served as the pro bono chair of First Generation Professionals. She was a member of the Women’s Law Association and OutLaw, and participated in the Citizenship Collaborative and June Citizenship Clinic.

Community

Community

Mariel’s community involvement includes volunteering at Rosie’s Place, St. Francis House, Neighborhood Fund, and Habitat for Humanity. 

Education & Admissions

Education

Boston University School of Law, J.D.
University of Connecticut, M.A.
University of Connecticut, B.A.

Admissions

  • Massachusetts (Pending)

Before Nutter

Mariel served as a legal intern at the Committee for Public Counsel Services (CPCS) in the Child and Family Law Appellate Division in Boston.

In the Community

Mariel’s community involvement includes volunteering at Rosie’s Place, St. Francis House, Neighborhood Fund, and Habitat for Humanity. 

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