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Mary Martin

Associate / Boston

Overview

Mary Martin is an associate in Nutter’s Corporate and Transactions Department.

Prior to joining Nutter, Mary was a Judicial Law Intern to the Honorable Justice David A. Lowy, at the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts. She assisted in the researching, drafting, and editing of opinions on issues of civil and criminal law, including constitutional issues and issues of first impression. She also reviewed applications for further appellate review and wrote brief memoranda outlining the legal issues and argument.

Previously, Mary was a summer fellow on the Litigation Team at Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP in Boston, Massachusetts. She conducted legal research and created memorandum outlining applicable case law and arguments for associates and partners. Mary assisted in trial preparation by organizing discovery, creating exhibits, and drafting requests for admissions.

Prior to law school, Mary was a legal intern at the Wayne County District Attorney’s Office in Honesdale, Pennsylvania. She assisted the District Attorney and Assistant District Attorneys in preparing for trial by processing discovery. She shadowed attorneys in court, magistrate hearings, and meetings with detectives and judges. Additionally, Mary was a legal intern at Martin Law Offices and worked with attorneys to create deeds, bankruptcy files, affidavits, and other legal documents.

Honors

Honors

  • Mary’s Law Review Note, “When Flexibility Sacrifices Security: An Analysis of Amazon’s Flex Program,” was chosen for publication in the New England Law Review, Volume 54.
  • In law school, Mary was a Justice Sandra Day O’Connor Merit Scholarship recipient, a member of the Honors Program, and a member of the New England Law Review.

Community

Community

As an undergraduate at Dickinson College, Mary was captain of the Varsity Women’s Basketball team and a Dickinson College Women’s Basketball 1,000 Point Scorer.

Education & Admissions

Education

New England Law, J.D.
Dickinson College, B.S.

Admissions

  • Massachusetts 

Noteworthy

  • Mary’s Law Review Note, “When Flexibility Sacrifices Security: An Analysis of Amazon’s Flex Program,” was chosen for publication in the New England Law Review, Volume 54.
  • In law school, Mary was a Justice Sandra Day O’Connor Merit Scholarship recipient, a member of the Honors Program, and a member of the New England Law Review.
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