- American Association of Justice (formerly ATLA): The leading organization for lawyers representing plaintiffs in the United States
- American Civil Liberties Union: Two separate non-profit organizations: the ACLU Foundation, which focuses on litigation and communication efforts, and the American Civil Liberties Union, which focuses on legislative lobbying
- Bar Association of Norfolk County (former president): A service organization that provides leadership in Norfolk, Massachusetts communities.
- Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys: An organization dedicated to the preservation of justice and helping families in Massachusetts
- Massachusetts Bar Association: A voluntary, non-profit bar association in Massachusetts with headquarters on West Street in Boston’s Downtown Crossing
- Joint Bar Committee on Judicial Appointments (2007-2010): One of the last layers of review in the judicial nominating process and works to ensure that candidates for the tenure positions are both qualified and competent
- Massachusetts Bar Foundation – Life Fellow (limited to 5% of attorneys in Massachusetts): the Commonwealth’s premiere legal charity
- Massachusetts Board of Bar Overseers (former Hearing committee Member – 6 years): An independent administrative body which oversees all attorneys in Massachusetts and investigates complaints against lawyers
- Massachusetts Coalition for Occupational Safety and Health: An organization that organizes and advocates for safe, secure jobs and healthy communities throughout eastern Massachusetts
- National Organization of Social Security Claimants’ Representatives, Englewood Cliffs, NJ: An association of over 4,000 attorneys and other advocates who represent Social Security and Supplemental Security Income claimants
- Supreme Judicial Court Historical Society: A private non-profit organization dedicated to the collection and preservation of the history of the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts
- The Real Estate Bar Association for Massachusetts: An association committed to advancing the practice of real estate law and keeping members current on case law developments and state and federal legislation
- Workers Injury Law & Advocacy Group, Washington, D.C.: A national non-profit organization dedicated to representing the interests of workers and workers’ families who endure workplace injuries and illnesses.
- Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts: The highest appellate court in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
- United States District Court – MA: The Commonwealth’s federal district court jurisdiction
- United States Court of Appeals – First Circuit: A federal court with appellate jurisdiction over the district courts of Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Puerto Rico
- Supreme Court of the United States: The highest court in the United States