The talented team at Keefe Disability Law recently added a new attorney to its roster. Mathew Beausoleil completed law school in 2012, receiving his degree from the New England School of Law. Despite the rigors of the academic program, Mathew was a Dean’s List student during every semester of his time in law school. During this time, he also completed an internship at the Committee for Public Counsel Services, where he had the opportunity to hone his advocacy skills by representing indigent clients in the Boston Municipal Court system.
Prior to attending law school, Mathew gained valuable experience in the legal field by working as a paralegal. Mathew worked as a litigation paralegal for various law firms of all sizes, ranging from small firms with just a few attorneys to large firms with a national presence. Mathew served in the paralegal role for nearly six years before deciding to attend law school and become an attorney.
When Mathew is not hard at work representing his clients, he enjoys reading, particularly enjoying the subjects of history and literature. He is also very active, exercising regularly and hiking, camping, fishing, and bicycling in his spare time. In addition, Mathew loves to play his guitar.