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- Criminal Defense
Melissa Tobin grew up in Hudson, Massachusetts, graduating from Sacred Heart University with a bachelor's degree in Mathematics. She graduated Northeastern University School of Law in 2016, where she focused on criminal law and public interest law.
Melissa's interest in criminal justice reform led her to join the Prisoners' Rights Clinic at Northeastern University School of Law where she represented an inmate serving a life sentence at a parole board hearing. As part of Melissa's Northeastern Law School experience, she worked as a law clerk for the juvenile court in Boston and interned for the Committee for Public Counsel Services as a Public Defender in Worcester District Court, before joining the practice in September 2017.
- Northeastern University School of Law, Boston, Massachusetts
- Major: Criminal law and public interest law
- Sacred Heart University
- Major: Mathematics
- Committee for Public Counsel Services as a Public Defender in Worcester District Court, Intern
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