After graduating from the Boston University School of Law, I practiced in the General Litigation Department of Burns and Levinson, LLP in Boston for nine years. I was fortunate to work for a number of really good lawyers, and unlike many big firm associates, was allowed to accumulate a great deal of practical experience. Although I was treated well, and truly enjoyed the people I worked with, I eventually joined my father, Carmine DiAdamo, one of the most respected lawyers in Massachusetts, in his practice.
I am admitted to practice in the courts of Massachusetts, the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts, and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit. I have appeared in cases in the Massachusetts Superior, District and Probate Courts, Massachusetts Federal District Court, and courts in Rhode Island, Connecticut and New Hampshire. I have also appeared before the Massachusetts Department of Industrial Accidents, and in numerous arbitrations, mediations, and conciliations.