ATTORNEY MARSHA V. KAZAROSIAN has been a member of the Massachusetts Bar since 1982 and of the New Hampshire Bar since 1990. She is the immediate past Vice President of the Massachusetts Bar Association and currently sits on its Executive Management Board, the Joint Bar Committee on Judicial Appointments, and is co-Chair of the MBA’s Education Committee. She is a past President of the Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys and the Essex County Bar Association. Attorney Kazarosian is also a member of the National Crime Victims Bar Association, the Massachusetts Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, and the American Bar Association. She has litigated civil and criminal cases in MA, NH, West Virginia, and Maine.
In 1999, Attorney Kazarosian won the first gender discrimination case ever tried to conclusion against a membership based “private” club in the nation, representing nine separate plaintiffs. Prior to that, she represented one of the defendants in the Pamela Smart Murder Case in NH, and in the mid 1990’s she was a Federal Defender in NH under the Criminal Justice Act and served as a Bar Advocate in the District and Superior Courts in Essex County.
In 2006, she was the cover story for Law & Politics’ Super Lawyers Publication published in Boston Magazine entitled The Power of Marsha Kazarosian. She was also named one of the top 100 lawyers in MA as well as one of the top 50 Women Lawyers in MA. She has been selected as a Super Lawyer each year since then, and again in 2009 was named one of the top 50 Lawyers in MA. In 1999, Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly named Attorney Kazarosian as one of the top ten lawyers in the Commonwealth.
Currently Attorney Kazarosian concentrates on Discrimination and Family Law Litigation in MA and NH, although she still enjoys trying criminal cases. A frequent faculty member on Continuing Legal Education panels teaching trial advocacy to attorneys, she maintains an office in Haverhill, MA and is an avid racquetball player.
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