Justin is an attorney based in Westborough, Mass. His practice focuses on media, employment law and small business concerns. He is a former contributor to the Digital Media Law Project at Harvard Law School’s Berkman Center for Internet and Society.
Justin graduated from Suffolk University Law School in 2011. While a student, Justin worked as a full-time law clerk at the Boston firm Prince Lobel & Tye, LLP. While in law school, Justin founded Suffolk Media Law and its ABA-recognized blog, SuffolkMediaLaw.com. He appeared on the podcast The Week in Law and the Boston Phoenix quoted him in a story on Internet privacy. During his time at Berkman, Justin presented to the Media Law Resource Center’s Pre-Publication Review Committee and had an article he wrote on student speech included in a recently published textbook on privacy.
In 2004, Justin began Boston Media Solutions to help local businesses devise publication and marketing strategies. In addition to creating websites for various companies, Justin developed the prototype to a Boston sports magazine and published the quarterly newspaper of the Needham Business Association.
While attending Syracuse University, Justin served as news editor of The Daily Orange, earning a nomination for both Reporter of the Year and Story of the Year awards at the 1999 Associated Collegiate Press Conference. He received in 2002 a William Randolph Hearst Award for his work.
During his senior year at Syracuse, Justin founded a bi-weekly newspaper and website for students in Central New York. In its three years of publication, the newspaper earned 16 awards for journalism excellence from the New York Press Association and the SPJ. The Syracuse University Whitman School of Management awarded the venture first place and seed money during its inaugural Entrepreneurial Competition in 2002.
To learn more about Justin and his work, visit www.justinsilverman.com.