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Timothy Vaughan Malley is a graduate of Emerson College and Boston College Law School, graduating cum laude. Prior to attending law school, Mr. Malley worked for the Committee for Public Counsel Services Drug Lab Crisis Litigation Unit, where he assisted attorneys as they investigated and sought to remedy the actions of two notorious state chemists, Annie Dookhan and Sonja Farak. At Boston College Law, Mr. Malley distinguished himself in advocacy competitions, winning the Best Brief award and a distinguished oralist commendation at the school’s intramural moot court competition and serving as a member of Boston College’s Jessup International Moot Court team. He has been published on the subject of double jeopardy and its diminution from the time of William Blackstone to the modern era.

While studying at Boston College, Mr. Malley served as a judicial intern to the Honorable Nathaniel M. Gorton in the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts as well as the Honorable Juan R. Torruella in the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit.

Mr. Malley’s practice is devoted to representing health care providers accused of medical malpractice. He is experienced in conducting investigation and discovery in significant cases involving catastrophic injuries. He appears before the Superior Court on a regular basis and has engaged in trial preparation in cases that prevailed by jury verdict.

Areas of Experience: Medical Malpractice Defense and Health Care Law, Federal Litigation Practice, Criminal Law, Defamation Law.

Memberships: Massachusetts Bar Association; Boston Bar Association.