Michaela M. WeaverAttorney
Michaela Weaver is passionate about helping others and strives to achieve justice in the courtroom for people who have been injured by the negligence or intentional wrongful conduct of others. Michaela graduated from Suffolk University Law School in 2019 with Distinction in the Trial & Appellate Advocacy Concentration.
While at Suffolk, Michaela dedicated her time to helping indigent criminal defendants through pro bono work with the Public Defender's Office for Suffolk Superior Court, as well as an internship with the Middlesex County Public Defender's office as a 3:03 certified student attorney, where she represented indigent defendants in District Court.
Michaela received academic accolades, including awards for Honorable Mention Oral Advocate and Best Motion to Suppress Oral Argument. She was also a member of Suffolk's nationally ranked mock trial team and was a regional finalist in both the National Trial Competition and the Peter James Johnson National Civil Rights Trial Competition.
Prior to law school, Michaela graduated cum laude from Quinnipiac University, where she studied Sociology, Psychology, and Studies in the Law, and she was inducted into the Alpha Kappa Delta International Sociology Honor Society. Michaela is admitted to practice in both state and federal court, and she is a member of the Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys.
J.D., Suffolk University Law School, 2019
Distinction in the Trial & Appellate Advocacy Concentration
B.A., Quinnipiac University
United States District Court, District of Massachusetts