Assistant Professor of Law
Phone: 978.681.0800 X124
B.A., Harvard University
J.D., Harvard Law School
Thomas H. Martin is an assistant professor of law. He teaches Civil Procedure and Conflict Resolution, Intellectual Property, Torts, and Restitution. He is a graduate of Harvard University and Harvard Law School. He has served as assistant corporation counsel of the City of Boston and General Counsel of the Massachusetts Department of Mental Health. He was a founding partner of a law firm in Boston and has practiced extensively in the areas of administrative law, litigation, environmental law and health care. Mr. Martin taught at Massachusetts School of Law as an adjunct faculty member before joining the full-time faculty.
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