Brad A. Compston
Brad focuses his practice on civil and criminal appeals. He has handled numerous appellate matters in the courts of Massachusetts as well as before appellate courts in New York. Vermont, Florida and California. Brad also has extensive trial court experience, having spent more than fifteen years trying cases in the Massachusetts courts and in state and federal courts throughout the country.
Brad also provides general legal advice and counseling to sophisticated individual and closely held corporate clients. His extensive experience representing business and individual clients allows him to provide timely, practical and effective advice to those clients.
Brad is licensed to practice in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and in the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts, as well as in the United States Courts of Appeal for the Fourth, Seventh and Tenth Circuits.
Rosalind E.W. Kabrhel
Rosalind's practice focuses on representing clients in criminal appeals and handling civil rights claims. She also represents individual and corporate clients in a wide variety of legal matters. She is licensed to practice in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and earned her Juris Doctor degree at The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law.
Rosalind has fifteen years of litigation experience in both the public and private sectors, and also has extensive experience with public policy matters (including legislative drafting and policy analysis), having worked for legislators on both Capitol Hill and Beacon Hill.
Rosalind also teaches several courses in the Legal Studies Department at Brandeis University, with a focus on issues contributing to wrongful convictions and lobbying for policy change. She served as a Senior Fellow of Law and Justice at the Justice Brandeis Innocence Project, a part of the Schuster Institute for Investigative Journalism at Brandeis University.