Bar Admissions: Massachusetts and New Hampshire
Member, National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys
In July 2022, John founded Zuccaro Law, LLC, fulfilling a life-long dream of opening his own law firm. Throughout his career, John has learned that the most important parts of practicing law are effective communication, being a sounding board for clients as much as an advocate, and making a difference in clients’ lives. John strives build long lasting client relationships by providing clients with high quality representation in a clear, unintimidating, and stress-free environment.
When founding Zuccaro Law, LLC, John wanted to make sure to give back to those that serve our communities. John’s grandfather was a veteran of the United States Army, having served in the 24th Infantry Division during the Korean War, where he was awarded the Purple Heart. John’s father worked as a civilian at the Boston Police Department, most notably as manager of paid details, and was also President of SENA Local 9158 – a nearly 750-member union covering the cities and towns of Boston, Orleans, and Norton, Massachusetts. John’s Grandmother was extremely active in East Boston community organizations and was a school crossing guard with the Boston Police. John’s mother was a paraprofessional at a local middle school. It is for these reasons that Zuccaro Law, LLC is proud to support our veterans and active duty military, law enforcement, first responders, and teachers by providing them discounts on all our rates.
Prior to forming Zuccaro Law, LLC, John gained invaluable experience as an Associate Attorney at The Law Office of Robert Pellegrini, Inc., d/b/a PK Boston Law and at The Law Office of Scott C. Holmes. In those roles, John handled a wide variety of civil matters, including, among other things, estate planning, small business formation, real estate and property matters, contract drafting and disputes, and civil litigation. John’s broad litigation experience had him representing clients in personal injury, contract, employment discrimination, collections, construction, corporate, and other disputes. John has argued before the Boston Municipal Court, District Court Department, Superior Court Department, and the Massachusetts Appeals Court. This invaluable litigation experience helps John provide non-litigation clients with a different perspective on how to address issues in order to best attempt to avoid a costly and time-consuming dispute.
John received his Juris Doctor in 2013 from New England School of Law. At New England Law, John was an Associate Editor and Senior Technical Editor for the New England Journal of International and Comparative Law. During his time in Law School, and shortly thereafter, John served as a Judicial Intern for the Justices of the Boston Municipal Court where he conducted a wide array of legal research and assisted the Justices in drafting opinions and orders. John further interned for the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office, the Office of the Clerk/Magistrate of the Central Division of the Boston Municipal Court, and in the Insurance and Unemployment Fraud division of the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office. John obtained a double Bachelor of Science degree from Suffolk University in 2010, majoring in Sociology (Criminology) and Government (Political Science).
John is admitted to practice law in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, State of New Hampshire, the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts, and the United States First Circuit Court of Appeals. John is also a Notary Public in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. John is an avid Boston sports fan, and in his free time he enjoys traveling, reading, cooking, gardening, golfing, and astronomy.
Bar Admissions: Massachusetts
Bill Casey is a graduate of New England Law Boston and passed the Massachusetts Bar in 1990. He is the President of the New England Law Boston’s Alumni Association. He is also on the Corporation and Board of Trustees for that School. He served for approximately ten years while at the Boston Police Department as the Administrative Hearings Officer or the Assistant Hearings Officer and attended classes at the National Judicial College in Reno Nevada.
Bill is an accomplished Law Enforcement Executive. Currently Bill is the Vice President of Public Safety and Biometrics for 22nd Century Technologies (TSCTI) a company headquartered in McLean Virginia but supporting customers in all 50 States as well as the Federal Government. Previously he has held positions as a Vice President in charge of Strategic Opportunities for ANDE a rapid DNA company and Director of Physical and IT Security for the Harvard University Police Department. Most notably he worked at the FBI’s Criminal Justice Information Services Division (CJIS) where he served as the Unit Chief for the Biometrics Center of Excellence (“BCOE”). The BCOE had a mission to further the use of biometrics in government and public safety. While with the FBI, he also served on a detail assignment as the Chief of Staff and senior law enforcement advisor to the first General Manager of FirstNet. FirstNet was created by the Federal Government to provide a Broadband Network for First Responders which was a recommendation of the 9-11 Commission.
Bill began his law enforcement career as an officer for the Boston Police Department (BPD) in 1983; he subsequently rose through the ranks of the Boston Police and retired as a Deputy Superintendent. He was a member of the Command Staff for approximately twenty years including the period of September 11, 2001. During most of his period on the Command Staff, he was the Commanding Officer of the Information Technology Division (ITD) which included the city of Boston’s 9-1-1 Center. As head of ITD he was responsible for the procurement, maintenance and operation of the Department’s IT and Telecommunications Units. During his tenure, the city gained international recognition as an innovator in utilizing IT in law enforcement. The BPD spearheaded initiatives to introduce mobile computing to the fleet; deployed one of the first integrated Identification and Imaging applications; and a prototype ballistics imaging system which became the National Integrated Ballistic Information Network (NIBIN).
While at the BPD, Bill also served as a member of various technical committees for the Major Cities Chiefs Association (MCC) and the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP). He was also involved and served as the Chair of the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) Advisory Policy Board. He also Chaired the NIBIN Executive Board when it was jointly managed by the FBI and ATF. In these roles, Bill was actively engaged in public safety efforts in Washington such as to obtain spectrum for a nationwide public safety broadband network, to enhance the use of technology and biometrics in law enforcement as well as other public safety projects and initiatives.
Prior to joining the Boston Police Department, Bill was an aviation electronics technician with the U.S. Navy. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Information Systems from Suffolk University and a Juris Doctorate (JD) from New England Law Boston.