Martin Murphy was admitted to the Massachusetts Bar in 1993. He currently serves on the MWI Boston Municipal & District Court Mediation Panel. He is a member of the ABA Section of Dispute Resolution Collaborative Law Committee and Mediation Committee.
Marty brings his widespread experience in family business to his work with clients. He has an extensive background in business operations, management and ownership structures. He was a second-generation executive in his own family’s business and has held key positions in other closely held and family owned businesses. For more than 15 years he has provided strategic advice to growing businesses and also to owners considering an ownership transition.
During his business career, Marty has worked with many families going through a transitional period as a result of divorce, significant health change or other family crisis. Combined with his mediation and collaborative law skills, these experiences enable him to help a variety of clients reach their goals in a cost effective, confidential, and convenient manner.
Martin Murphy currently volunteers his mediation services in multiple District and Municipal Courts in Eastern Massachusetts. He was elected Treasurer of the Massachusetts Collaborative Law Council (MCLC). The MCLC is a non-profit organization made up of professionals dedicated to helping clients resolve their legal problems out of court. Marty served for several years on the Town of Norfolk Zoning Board of Appeals. He also currently serves on the Finance Council at Blessed Sacrament Parish in Walpole, MA and on the Franklin Country Club Board of Governors in Franklin, MA.
American Bar Association – Collaborative Law Section
Massachusetts Bar Association
International Academy of Collaborative Professionals
Massachusetts Council on Family Mediation
Association for Conflict Resolution
Massachusetts Collaborative Law Council