MassBar Bulletin: Member Updates

Thursday, June 22, 2023
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Maloney releases new podcast episode

Shylah Maloney, an associate at Barton Gilman and member of the Massachusetts Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Division Board, has released a new podcast episode of “Wicked Good Lawyers.” Listen while she interviews trailblazer attorneys discussing the good, bad and, most importantly, the funny of the legal industry through advice and stories. 

Episode four: Steve O’Brien, with Tyson & Mendes, is a zealous trial attorney. One of his notable cases includes a 14-month trial in New York, the longest civil trial in the history of New York County. Steve shares his 35+ years of trial experience, having tried matters across the nation. Tune in to hear his take on supervisors, being a managing partner, and how to try your first jury trial. He will be presenting and demonstrating "How To Try Your First Jury Trial" alongside Judge William Sullivan and Attorney Bob Norton in Boston on Sept. 27 with the Massachusetts Defense Lawyers Association. 

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