Leah M. Barrault
Leah Barrault represents public and private sector unions and union members in all aspects of labor with a major focus on police and fire unions. She represents union clients before arbitrators, the National Labor Relations Board, the Massachusetts Department of Labor Relations, the Massachusetts Civil Service Commission, as well as the Massachusetts state and federal courts.
Additionally, Ms. Barrault represents individual clients in the Massachusetts state and federal courts as well as the MCAD, Civil Service Commission, and the Division of Administrative Law Appeals (Retirement).
Northeastern University School of Law, J.D., 2004, Law Culture & Difference Teaching Facilitator, 2003
McCormick Institute, Women in Politics & Government Program, 2001, Betty Taymor Fellowship, 2001
University of New Hampshire, B.A. (Psychology and Women’s Studies), 1995
Iraq Veteran At Odds with City, Eagle-Tribune
Member, Women’s Bar Association
Northeastern University School of Law, J.D., 2004
Member, State Bar of Massachusetts since 2004
Admitted to practice before the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts
PFFM, JJ Jennings Educational Seminar, 2006
Prior to going to law school, Ms. Barrault worked for the Massachusetts Association for the Blind where she helped to create and coordinate a transitional program for adolescents with traumatic brain injury. In addition, Ms. Barrault spent a year at the Massachusetts State House working for the Massachusetts Caucus of Women Legislators.
617.367.7200, ext. 206
Public and Private Sector Labor Law