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Senior Partners for Justice Luncheon with Attorney David E. Cherny
Feb 18 12:00 pm 1:30 pm
Multi-generational Custody Litigation in the New Decade; Frazier v. Frazier. with Attorney David E. Cherny
David E. Cherny is a founding partner of the Boston Law firm of Atwood & Cherny, P.C., a nationally recognized law firm concentrating in the practice of complex matrimonial litigation at both the trial and appellate court levels. He is a Fellow of the International and American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, serving as past President of the Massachusetts Chapter. He is also a member of the American Probate & Family Inns of Court.
Mr. Cherny is a 1978 graduate (cum laude) of Boston University School of Management and received his law degree (cum laude) from Suffolk University in 1981. He is a member of the Massachusetts & Texas Bars and is admitted to practice before the United States District Court, (D. Mass.), United States Court of Appeals, United States Tax Court and the Supreme Court of the United States.
Mr. Cherny is an active member of the Massachusetts, American and Boston Bar Associations. He is a frequent lecturer at law schools and to family law lawyers and judges. He is author of numerous articles and publications in the field of family law. He has been recognized by his peers and certified in Who’s Who in America, and Who’s Who in American Law. He has been included in the Law & Politics/Boston Magazine listing of “Massachusetts Super Lawyers” and “New England Super Lawyers” in the field of family law. For almost 30 years he has been certified in Best Lawyers in America in the field of family law.
Mr. Cherny and his firm have been involved in numerous family law cases and appellate decisions which have had a significant role in shaping family law in Massachusetts. He has served as appellate counsel in almost 60 cases to the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, Massachusetts Appeals Court, Federal 1st Circuit Court of Appeals, and the U.S. Supreme Court, including cases such as: Pierce v. Pierce; Dematteo v. Dematteo; Zaleski v. Zalesski; Rodman v. Rodman; Van Arsdale v. Van Arsdale; and, Young v. Young.
Senior Partners luncheons are a good place to learn something new, meet other members of the pro bono community, and get involved in interesting volunteer legal opportunities. We look forward to working with you to fulfill the promise of access to justice for all. We hope you can join us!
– Eddie Ginsburg, Barbara Siegel & Miranda Black