Paul K. Healey
Suffolk University Law School, Boston, MA
Juris Doctor, 1988 Law Review, Editor 1986-1988
Northeastern University, Boston, MA
B.S. L.E. 1981
Suffolk University, Boston, MA
B.A. Political Science, 1979
Amabile & Burkly, P. C.
Brockton, MA 1992-Present
Partner-principal areas of practice include trial & litigation of both plaintiff & defense in personal injury law; criminal defense, family, probate, & administrative law.
Sugarman & Sugarman, P.C.
Boston, MA 1989-1992
Associate-practice areas include plaintiff personal injury law (auto accidents, general liability claims & wrongful death).
Massachusetts Appeals Court
Boston, MA 1988-1989
Judicial Law Clerk to Judge Charlotte Perretta
Hingham MA 1978-1989
Sergeant-Midnight to Eight Shift
Zoning Board of Appeals, Town of Hingham 2019 to Present
Master Plan Committee, Town of Hingham 2019 to Present
3A Task Force, Town of Hingham 2015 to Present
Selectman, Town of Hingham
Hingham Planning Board, Town of Hingham
Four term elected member of the Hingham Planning Board responsible for permitting subdivisions, Form A lots, site plan reviews, including the Hingham Shipyard, Bone and Muscle Center, Serono Labs, Derby Shoppes, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Talbots, & all school municipal buildings constructed or renovated since 1994.
Master Plan Committee, Town of Hingham
Draft master plan for future growth
Traffic Committee, Town of Hingham
Conciliator, Master and Guardian Ad Litem
Plymouth, Norfolk & Bristol Counties 1999-present
Pro Bono Lawyer
Day-Plymouth Probate Court in Brockton, MA
Pilgrim Bar Advocates
St. Vincent de Paul Society
Board of Directors, Hingham Historical Society
Recipient of Judith Kimball award for contributing to the preservation of the historical significance of the Hingham Shipyard
In his thirty years in the legal system, Attorney Healey has developed a broad-based experience in the courtroom and has represented hundreds of clients, both as plaintiffs and also defendants, in many different areas of the law, including personal injury law (auto accidents, fall down accidents, general liability and wrongful death), criminal law (i.e. OUI, Domestic violence), family law (divorce and child custody), probate (will fights) and administrative (MCAD & local permitting). When not practicing law or involved in town service, he enjoys traveling with his family, working on his house, or climbing mountains, including Mt. LeConte, Washington, Rainier & Kilimanjaro.
2018 Recipient of Plymouth County Bar Association MBA Award for Public Service