Lawrence F. Boyle is a Senior Partner in the Boston office of Morrison Mahoney LLP. Mr. Boyle has tried over 125 civil jury cases as first chair in state and federal courts on behalf of insurance companies and self-insureds.
Mr. Boyle is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts, Boston and Suffolk University Law School (Cum Laude), where he served as Executive Editor of the Law Review. Following Law School, Mr. Boyle was selected as a Judicial Law Clerk for Justice John Doris of the Rhode Island Supreme Court and then selected to serve as a Law Clerk to the Justices of the Massachusetts Superior Court.
Mr. Boyle is a member of the American Bar Association, Litigation and Tort Insurance Sections; the Defense Research Institute and the Massachusetts Defense Lawyers’ Association.
In addition, Mr. Boyle is a Veteran of the United States Marine Corps, having served a tour in Vietnam where he was awarded, among other medals, the Combat Action Ribbon.
Mr. Boyle is admitted to the bar of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, United States District Court of Massachusetts, New Hampshire and the U.S. District Court for New Hampshire.
Mr. Boyle’s accomplishments include a designation as “Super Lawyer” by Boston Magazine and Law and Politics Magazine from 2005 through the present and is AV rated by Martindale Hubble.
Mr. Boyle was also appointed by two Massachusetts Governors to serve on the Board of Trustees for the University of Massachusetts for two five year terms.
Beitman, Boyle, et al, “Practitioner’s Guide to Liquor Liability Litigation” (1987) (American Law Institute – American Bar Association)
“Defending Claims of Brain Damage by Defeating the Plaintiff’s Neuropsychologist” (2006) L. Boyle, J. Desmond
“Posttraumatic Stress Disorder – A Plaintiff’s Lawyer’s Dream” (1995) L. Boyle
“Supreme Court Limits Use of Junk Science” (1999) L. Boyle
“Repressed Memory in Sexual Abuse Cases and Statute of Limitations” (1985) L. Boyle
“Avoiding 93A Exposure in Defending a Neuropsychological Claim” (1994) L. Boyle
“Condominium Association Liable for Rape” (1987) L. Boyle
“Award of Treble Damages Upheld for Commercial Landlord’s Violation of Building Code” (1994) L. Boyle
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