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John M. CurranJOHN M. CURRAN
Direct Dial: (617) 849-6033

College: Bowdoin College, A.B. (1990)
Honors: Magna Cum Laude - Dean's List (1987 - 1990)

Law School: Suffolk University Law School, J.D. (1993)
Honors: Cum Laude - Dean's list (1990 - 1993)
Writer and Editor, Suffolk University Law Review (1992, 1993)
American Jurisprudence Award (1993)

Bar Admissions:
Massachusetts (1995)
New Hampshire (1993)
U.S. District Ct. for District of Massachusetts (1995)
U.S. District Ct. for District of New Hampshire (1993)

Professional Achievements:
Martindale Hubbell National Law Directory AV Rating
(Highest rating for legal ability and ethics)

Speaking Engagements:
"The SJC's Decision in Trace Construction:  The Lien, The Lease and The Landlord", Boston Bar Association.
"Getting Paid in Any Economy", Associated Subcontractors of Massachusetts.
"How to Secure Payment for Your Work - Payment Bonds and Mechanic's Liens", Associated Subcontractors of Massachusetts
"Getting Paid for Your Work", Plumbing, Heating & Cooling Contractor's Association
"The New Massachusetts Prompt Pay Act", Multiple Contractors
Multiple other speaking engagements to trade groups and organizations on various aspects of construction law.

Civic/Volunteer Activities:
WishGiver, Make-A-Wish Foundation of Massachusetts and Rhode Island

Recent Highlights:
Has represented clients appearing and arguing before Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court; Massachusetts Court of Appeals, Massachusetts Appelate Division. Recently handled two arbitrations both lasting over forty days resulting in successful recoveries.
Multiple Trials in Superior and District Court resulting in favorable verdicts.
Significant mediation experience representing owner, general contractors, subcontractors and suppliers.

Boston Bar Association
Massachusetts Bar Association
New Hampshire Bar Association - Commercial Litigation Section

"Stripping the First Amendment? G-Strings, Pasties & the Constitution", Suffolk University Law Review
"Renting Public Schools to Religious Groups - A First Amendment Dilema", Suffolk University Law Review
"Semantics and the Interpretation of a Comprehensive General Liability Policy", Suffolk University Law Review

Newbury College - Taught courses in: Constitutional Law, Law Office Management, Criminal Law and Procedure, and Commercial Law
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