Lawrence A. Wind Esq.

Adam Reese

Location:
Sudbury, Massachusetts
Phone:
978-443-3773
Fax:
(978) 443-7773
Email:

Lawrence A. Wind brings his considerable and varied civil litigation experience to Davagian Grillo and Semple, LLP. Lawrence’s philosophy to practice involves both pre-litigation conflict resolution as well as efficient, structured litigation plans to match each client’s unique needs and goals. Lawrence has represented clients in many different proceedings and venues from small claims up through federal court. Whether it’s a jury trial in federal court or an intimate arbitration, Lawrence exhibits the same level of diligence and focus on client satisfaction.

Education

  • Widener University School of Law, Wilmington, DE
    • J.D. awarded May 2009
      • Widener Law Review, Executive Board, Senior Staff
      • Moot Court Honor Society, Interscholastic Competitor, Executive Board Member, Winner of the 2008 Delaware/Harrisburg Moot Court Competition
      • American Trial Lawyers Association, Winner of the Best Cross Examination Award
      • Mock Trial – Moe Levine Trial Advocacy Honor Society, Competitor
      • The Order of Barristers, Member
  • Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA
    • B.S. awarded May 2006

Practice Areas

  • Construction
    • Breach of Contract
    • Quantum Meruit
    • Mechanic’s Liens
    • Breach of Warranty
  • Personal Injury
    • Motor Vehicle Accidents
    • Slip and Fall
    • Medical Malpractice
    • Assault and Battery
    • General Negligence
  • Workers’ Compensation
  • Landlord / Tenant
    • Evictions
    • Tenant’s Rights
  • General Civil Litigation
    • Torts
    • Breach of Contract
  • Arbitration and Mediation

Bar Admissions

  • Massachusetts, 2009
  • Federal Court, District of Massachusetts, 2012

Honors and Awards

  • Super Lawyers – Rising Star
  • National Trial Lawyers – Top 40 Under 40
  • Avvo.com – Perfect 10 Rating
  • Denis Maguire Award – for distinction in pro bono representation for the Volunteer Lawyers Project

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • Massachusetts Bar Association
  • Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys – Member of the Amicus Committee
  • Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education – Speaker and Editor
  • Massachusetts Court-Certified Conciliator

Publications

  • MCLE: Residential and Commercial Landlord-Tenant Practice in Massachusetts – Chapter 18 – Tenant Civil Actions for Damages and Other Relief – 2018 Revision
  • The Law and You, http://lawwind.com/blog/ – 2012-2019

Speaking Engagements

  • Managing Client Expectations – MCLE: Practicing with Professionalism – 2019
  • Conducting the Initial Client Meeting – MCLE: Practicing with Professionalism – 2019
  • Considerations and Guidance for Starting a Law Office – MCLE: Hanging your Shingle – 2019
  • Negotiation Tactics and Techniques – Volunteer Lawyers Project – 2018
  • Choosing Your Office Space – MCLE: Hanging Your Shingle – 2017
  • Fee Structures in Private Practice – Lawyers for Affordable Justice – 2016
  • Starting a Successful Practice – Lawyers for Affordable Justice – 2016
  • Using Limited Assistance Representation in Housing Court – Boston Bar Association – 2014
  • Trying a Case in Housing Court – Boston Bar Association – 2014

Experience

  • The Law Office of Lawrence A. WindBoston, MA
    2012-2020
    Lead Attorney of a solo practice focusing on personal injury, workers’ compensation, landlord/tenant, and civil litigation
  • Medical Legal Partnership BostonBoston, MA
    2014-2019
    Retained Emergency Response Attorney; addressed legal housing issues for medically precarious tenants and consulted social workers on how to proceed with patients facing housing-related legal issues
  • Massachusetts Academy of Trial AttorneysBoston, MA
    2019
    Amicus Committee; research and write amicus briefs
  • Volunteer Lawyers ProjectBoston, MA
    2012-2019
    Volunteer Attorney; provided pro-bono representation for housing and consumer protection/debt defense clients
  • D’Angelo and Hashem, LLCBoston, MA
    2010-2012
    Associate Attorney; independently managed personal injury caseload of up to 50 cases from pre-suit through litigation
  • Cellai Law Offices, P.C.Boston, MA
    2009-2010
    Associate Attorney; performed work at all stages of civil litigation in District Court and Superior Court
  • Judicial Clerkship, U.S. Magistrate Judge, Mary Pat ThyngeWilmington, DE
    2008-2009
    U.S. District Court – District of Delaware Law Clerk; conducted research for pending motions, drafted orders and opinions for publication
  • Office of the Attorney GeneralDivision of Law, Trenton, NJ
    Summer 2008
    Litigation Intern; drafted motions, performed legal research, and prepared exhibits for trial
  • U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third CircuitPhiladelphia, PA
    Summers 2006 & 2007
    Pro Se Habeas Corpus Law Clerk; researched and evaluated the validity of petitioners’ arguments and recommended courses of action to judges