Paul N. BarbadoroPartner
Paul Barbadoro is a partner in the firm. For over 25 years Mr. Barbadoro has represented clients in the areas of contract disputes, zoning and land use litigation, criminal defense, personal injury, probate litigation and election law.
Prior to obtaining his law degree, Mr. Barbadoro served as a special prosecutor for the Norfolk County District Attorney's Office. He thereafter received an appointment as an Assistant District Attorney in Norfolk County, where he prosecuted hundreds of felony and misdemeanor cases. After obtaining his law degree Mr. Barbadoro was appointed to serve as legal counsel to the City of Quincy where he represented the municipality in the defense of civil actions in District, Superior and Federal Courts.
Mr. Barbadoro routinely represents clients in District and Superior Court, Land Court, Probate Court and before administrative agencies such as the Appellate Tax Board and the Housing Appeals Committee. Mr. Barbadoro also heads the Election Law Practice Group at the firm which assists candidates and committees in all phases of election law including recounts, campaign finance regulations and voter registration issues.
Mr. Barbadoro has served as a moot court judge for Suffolk University Law School and the American University of Washington College of Law and has lectured at several colleges and law schools as well as for Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education in the areas of business law, civil procedure and trial advocacy. Mr. Barbadoro has also taught as an adjunct professor at Quincy College, where he has instructed on litigation and procedure.
Mr. Barbadoro received his undergraduate degree from the University of Massachusetts at Boston and his Juris Doctorate, cum laude, from Suffolk University Law School. Mr. Barbadoro is admitted to practice before the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts, the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts, the U.S. Court of Appeals, First Circuit and the Supreme Court of the United States.
Mr. Barbadoro is an active member of the Quincy Bar Association, of which he is a past president. He is a member of the Norfolk County Bar Association, Massachusetts Academy of Trial Lawyers Association and has been appointed as a conciliator for civil matters in a number of courts. Mr. Barbadoro has been appointed to the Board of Governors for Quincy College.