Helen G. Litsas

   Attorney Litsas  brings a broad range of experience that spans a  diversity
   of practice areas from both the private and public sectors.   Attorney Litsas'
   general practice includes litigation before both the trial and appellate
   courts as well as before state and federal administrative agencies.  

   Prior to opening her own practice, Attorney Litsas served as a
   Senior Assistant Corporation  Counsel for the City of  Boston.  In that
   capacity, she litigated in both Massachusetts state and federal courts         
   in  a  myriad of cases, including civil rights, discrimination, defamation,
   contracts, negligence, and land use.

   Prior to her work for the City of  Boston, Attorney Litsas worked in private    
    practice for a Boston litigation firm representing businesses and
   municipalities in employment discrimination matters, product liability
   actions,  contract disputes and negligence suits.

   Attorney Litsas served as a Law Clerk for the Honorable Janis M.  Berry of
   the Massachusetts Appeals Court, and as a Law  Clerk for the Justices of        
    the Superior Court of  Massachusetts.    

   Additionally, Attorney Litsas' experience includes work during law         
   school for the General Counsel of the Executive Office of Public Safety, the    
    Suffolk District Attorney's Office, and the Civil and Criminal Divisions of
   the United States Attorney's Office in Boston, MA.  

   Attorney Litsas is also the author of the CD-ROM,
The Investigator's         
   Assistant
, and has lectured at seminars for federal and local law
   enforcement agencies throughout the country on investigative techniques
   available through the Internet.  

   Attorney Litsas graduated
cum laude from the College of the Holy Cross
   where she received a Bachelors degree in English and was inducted  
   into Sigma Tau Delta, the International English Honor Society, and Phi
   Sigma Tau, the International Philosophy Honor Society.  Attorney
   Litsas also graduated
cum laude from Suffolk University Law School, where
   she was the recipient of the Law Faculty's Leo J. Wyman Award, the Silver
   Key Award, the Sydney J. Covich Scholarship,  the Distinguished Oral
   Advocate Award and the Honorable Mention Brief Award.

   Attorney Litsas is admitted to practice in the Commonwealth of         
   Massachusetts, the United States District Court for the District of  
   Massachusetts, the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit and    
    the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.

   Attorney Litsas currently serves on the Executive Committee for the
   Massachusetts Chapter of the Federal Bar Association and as  Secretary
   and Executive Committee Member for the Boston Inn of Court.  She also
   served as the Co-Editor of the Federal Bar Association, Massachusetts        
   Chapter, Newsletter.   Attorney Litsas is also a member of the Town and        
    City  Solicitors Association, the Boston Bar Association, Alpha Sigma Nu,
   and the  Holy Cross College Club of Boston.



                                            
Jennifer L. Manning-Zoll

   Attorney Jennifer L. Manning-Zoll is Of Counsel to the Law Office of Helen
   G. Litsas where her areas of practice include domestic relations, probate,     
   estate planning, real estate, and civil litigation.  Attorney Manning-Zoll is a
   
cum laude graduate of Boston University and a graduate of Suffolk
   University Law School.  While at  Suffolk, she worked for the Honorable   
   Edward M. Ginsburg (ret.) of the Middlesex Probate and Family Court.  
   Attorney Manning-Zoll also clerked for Attorney Mary Anne Sahagian,  
   currently First Justice of the Essex Probate and Family Probate Court.  
   Admitted to the Massachusetts Bar since 1998,  Attorney Manning-Zoll is a
   member of the Massachusetts Council on Family Mediation, the
   Massachusetts Collaborative Council, Senior Partners for Justice, the Boston  
    Bar Association, and the Essex County Bar Association.











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