MassBar Bulletin: Member Updates

Thursday, May 9, 2019

CJSuffolk County

Massachusetts Probation Commissioner Edward J. Dolan has named MBA Criminal Justice Section Council Chair Nina L. Pomponio as deputy legal counsel for the Massachusetts Probation Service.

As deputy legal counsel, Pomponio will provide specialized administrative and legal assistance to the probation commissioner and the Massachusetts Probation Service. Performing legal research, writing legal memoranda, and making recommendations on issues involving the interpretations of policies, statutes, and common law are among Pomponio’s other duties. She will work under the direction of Probation Service Legal Counsel Sarah Joss.

Prior to her appointment as deputy legal counsel, Pomponio served as an administrative attorney at the Office of the Commissioner of Probation after being hired by the Massachusetts Trial Court in 2015. Pomponio also worked as a prosecuting counsel for four years at the Division of Professional Licensure, as well as an assistant district attorney in the Middlesex District Attorney’s Office. 

In addition to her MBA service, Pomponio is actively involved in multiple alumni advising programs at Boston University School of Law, where she earned a juris doctorate in 2007. She received her bachelor's degree in philosophy from Boston University in 2004.


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