Colin M. Black



Colin M. Black is a Partner in the Business Litigation, Professional Practices and Employment Practices Groups. Colin’s practice focuses on negotiating and litigating complex business disputes, including professional malpractice, contract, franchise, real estate, non-compete, wage and hour, and other employment disputes. Colin advises employers on how to manage their most important assets – their people. Drawing on over fifteen years of legal experience, he works with employers to develop early, creative and fair claim resolutions.

In addition to his legal work, Colin also leads the firm’s Associate Professional Development program which monitors, measures and provides litigation skills and other substantive legal training and mentoring to all associates. Colin also spent two years as the Associate Director of Advocacy Programs at Boston University School of Law, taught business communications at Suffolk University, and clerked for the Honorable Judge James F. McHugh, III with the Massachusetts Appeals Court. Before beginning law school, Colin was an intelligence analyst with the United States Air Force.