William Driscoll is an appellate attorney with a strong interest in statutory interpretation, evidence, and constitutional law.
Prior to entering the law, he achieved Federal government distinction in the field of electronic warfare. He designed and developed next-generation subsystems to covertly access, store and retrieve information for time-sensitive, mission-critical projects. His acuity for critical and creative thinking served him well.
As an engineer he solved complex problems. Upon entering the law, he solve different types of complex problems. He litigated, negotiated, and mediated a variety of criminal, civil, and administrative agency matters before focusing on appellate practice.
William earned his M.S. in Communications, cum laude, from Worcester State College, where he was a member of the cross country team. He earned his M.S. in Mathematics (discrete analysis) from the University of Massachusetts at Lowell. He earned his J.D., cum laude, from New England School of Law, where he earned the President Anna E. Hirsch Award for outstanding service and served as technical editor of the New England Journal on Criminal and Civil Confinement.
Attorney Driscoll is a member of several State and Federal Bars. The Supreme Court of the United States, First Circuit Court of Appeals, United States Tax Court, United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts, and the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court.