Martha Coakley

Of Counsel, Foley Hoag LLP
Martha Coakley

Former Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley is of counsel in Foley Hoag's Litigation Department. She focuses her practice on government and internal investigations, litigation, and data privacy and security. Martha has substantial experience in civil and criminal litigation in all state and federal courts including the U.S. Supreme Court. She has performed extensive grand jury work and defended federal grand juries and has considerable experience conducting complex investigations.

As the first female Attorney General of Massachusetts, Martha has been a national leader in addressing the economic crisis by holding banks accountable and keeping residents in their homes; protected civil rights as the first Attorney General to successfully challenge the Defense of Marriage Act; investigated fraud and corruption; championed major initiatives to address health care and energy costs; and recovered hundreds of millions of dollars back for the taxpayers of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. She served as Attorney General from 2007-2015.

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Publications and Multimedia
Shakespeare & the Law: Julius Caesar - Event Audio/Video
Boston Lawyers Chapter
October 21, 2016
Shakespeare and the Art of Judging - Event Audio/Video
Boston Lawyers Chapter
June 12, 2007