Preeminent Awarded on Martindale-Hubbell®

Attorney Barabino is happy to announce that he has been recognized as AV Preeminent by Martindale-Hubbell® Peer Review Ratings™, a leading global network of over one million lawyers and a portfolio of websites and tools designed to connect lawyers and buyers of legal services. AV Preeminent is the highest honor Martindale-Hubbell® awards and has been the gold standard in attorney ratings for more than a century.

Attorney Barabino Earns Recognition in The Best Lawyers in America

The Law Office of William J. Barabino is pleased to announce that Attorney Barabino has been recognized by his peers in the legal community to be featured in the 26th edition of The Best Lawyers in America® for his high caliber of work in the practice area of white-collar criminal defense.

Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly Commentary
Attorney Barabino recently provided commentary to Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly on new jury instructions on bias in the courtroom. Together with judges and other experts on criminal law, Attorney Barabino contributed to a nuanced discussion on different perceptions of what is or is not bias and potential drawbacks from the way language on bias in instructions is structured.

Blindfold Challenge Sponsor and Supporter

The Law Office of William J. Barabino is pleased to have been a sponsor of The Blindfold Challenge, a 5K Boston Athletic Association fundraiser for children and young adults who are blind, deafblind, or visually impaired. Attorney Barabino is happy to have raised $1000 for this wonderful cause.

Colton Buckley 5K Road Race Sponsor

The Law Office of William J. Barabino is happy to be a sponsor of the annual Colton Buckley 5K Road Race in Peabody. The Colton Buckley Foundation was established in July of 2016 in memory of Colton Buckley, who tragically lost his battle with addiction on April 6, 2014. The annual road race is just one of many ways the Foundation makes a difference in the lives of people struggling with substance abuse.

The Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation Honor Run 5K Sponsor

Attorney Barabino is proud to be a sponsor of The Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation Honor Run 5K. The Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation is the nation’s oldest and largest provider of need-based scholarships to the children of military families, with particular attention given to those whose parent have been killed or wounded in combat or who have demonstrated financial need. Since its inception in 1962, the Scholarship Foundation has awarded over 37,000 scholarships valued at nearly $110,000,000 to these children. There were 2,300 scholarships awarded this past year alone. A veteran himself, Attorney Barabino is proud to support those who serve our country and their families.

Attorney Barabino Comments on Case to The Boston Herald

Attorney Barabino provided comments to The Boston Herald on the high-profile case of Michelle Carter, a teen facing serious criminal charges for sending text messages encouraging another to commit suicide. Attorney Barabino comments on emerging case law relating to how courts see the differences between the brains of adults and minors.

Attorney Barabino Speaks to WBZ Boston about Lifetime Community Parole

In this clip watch as Attorney Barabino speaks with the media about his thoughts on a July 2014 decision on lifetime community parole handed down by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court.

Attorney Barabino Features in a Huffington Post Article

Attorney Barabino is often mentioned and quoted for his work as a Massachusetts criminal defense lawyer. The Huffington Post recently mentioned Attorney Barabino in a print article, reporting on his work representing a client facing serious sex charges.

Attorney Barabino Speaks to WBZ Boston about a High-Profile Sex Crimes Case

In this video Attorney Barabino speaks with reporters from WBZ Boston about the suicide of his client and the implications for the case going forward. Attorney Barabino answers questions from the media on the high-profile cases he represents.


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