Pierce J. Reed, Esq.

Pierce Reed has nearly fifteen years of experience as an attorney, having worked previously in Boston as a career law clerk to a federal magistrate judge, and as an associate in two litigation boutiques. He is knowledgeable in an array of areas of state and federal legal practice. Reed is a graduate of Ohio University, summa cum laude, and Northeastern University School of Law. The author of various legal articles, he has been honored for his pro bono legal assistance, and was awarded a prestigious public interest legal fellowship upon graduation from law school. Reed has lectured in litigation for Boston University’s paralegal studies program since 2000, and also teaches at Ohio State University’s Moritz College of Law in appellate advocacy. He served previously as a teaching assistant in legal research and writing at Northeastern University School of Law and as a research and teaching assistant in student orientation and retention in the psychology department at Ohio University.

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