BOSTON…Owner and Managing Partner of Brad Bailey Law P.C., Brad Bailey Esq., has been named a Boston Magazine “Top Lawyer” in the field of White-Collar Criminal Defense in their just-released December 2022 issue. To earn a Boston Magazine Top Lawyer designation, an attorney must first be nominated by his/her peers for consideration within a certain specialization. The top vote-getters are then peer-reviewed by an Advisory Board of select lawyers, who choose the honorees based on individual credentials and overall vote totals. Last month, Bailey was also named a Massachusetts Super Lawyer in the same field of specialization; he has been named a Massachusetts Super Lawyer more than 15 times annually and has also garnered similar honors for the entire New England Region. Previously voted to the prestigious Best Lawyers in America, Bailey once again also received an AV Pre-eminent rating from Martindale-Hubbell this year, the highest possible rating for both Legal Ability and Ethical Standards.
The Boston-based law firm Brad Bailey Law PC specializes in state and federal criminal defense, handling cases in all courts at all levels in MA, NH, and NY State, as well as on a Pro Hac Vice level in all NE states and in select other states throughout the United States. In his forty (40) years of active practice, Harvard college /UVA Law-educated Brad Bailey has defended some of the highest profile cases in the State and Region, as well as a significant number of nationally profiled cases. In addition to the state and federal white-collar criminal cases in which he specializes (and for which he is annually honored for his related successes and achievements), Brad handles all types of criminal trials and appeals, including murders, rapes, and narcotics trafficking. A highly successful former state and federal prosecutor, long-time criminal defense lawyer Brad Bailey is an extremely experienced litigator, with more than 100 state and federal jury trials.
For more information, or if you are seeking top-of-the-line criminal representation, please call (617) 500-0252.