Born Cambridge, Massachusetts, February 12, 1953; admitted to bar, 1979, Massachusetts and U.S. District Court, District of Massachusetts.
Education: Northeastern University (BA, magna cum laude, 1976); Temple University (JD, 1979), Phi Kappa Phi; Pi Sigma Alpha. Executive Editor of The Jurist, 1978-1979, Author: "Prosecuting the System: An Interview with F. Lee Bailey," 16 Criminal Law Bulletin 1, 1980.
Martindale-Hubbell Rating: A/V 2003.
Member: Massachusetts Bar Association; Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys; Massachusetts Defense Lawyers Association; and Defense Research Institute.
Work Highlights: Frequent lecturer at legal education and workers’ compensation insurance seminars including effective cross-examination of an employee at a workers’ compensation Hearing; MCLE February, 2010, One Beacon Massachusetts Workers’ Compensation Seminar, June, 2010, Massachusetts Workers’ Compensation Practice and Procedure, Sterling Education Services, October, 2010 and Massachusetts Workers Compensation Underwriting opportunities Crum & Forster, October, 2010.
Attorney Moriarty is also a lifetime member of the Massachusetts Bar Foundation and regularly sits on its Annual Northeast Region Panel for distribution of MBF funds to Massachusetts non-profit legal organizations. Attorney Moriarty is also a former member of the Salem, Massachusetts Zoning Board of Appeals 2003-2006.