Attorney Support Services


Attorney Driscoll welcomes opportunities to collaborate with other attorneys in the trial and appellate courts. Some of his litigation consulting and support offerings include legal research and writing, appellate issue identification and preservation. He welcomes the opportunity to collaborate on short-term or long-term assignments, whether in a support role or as a named counsel of record. His practice is statewide and, at times, nationwide.


Attorney Driscoll is a seasoned attorney with significant experience litigating, negotiating, and mediating a wide array of legal matters. He applies to his law practice the keen, tenacious problem-solving acuity developed while achieving federal government distinction. He frequently litigates in the Massachusetts appellate courts and has sought certiorari in the U.S. Supreme Court. He accepts original and outsourced assignments.


Legal Research and Writing Services

Legal Research and Writing.   Appellate practice demands legal research and writing expertise. Attorney William Driscoll offers his proven research and writing skills to fellow attorneys. He has written for trial court and appellate matters. He has sought certiorari in the United States Supreme Court. Contact Attorney Driscoll if you have a legal research or writing project in the trial or appellate court, or if wish to refer a case for appeal.


Appellate Issue Preservation Services

Appellate Issue Preservation.   Further review of a case demands issue preservation. Nearly all unpreserved issues are forever lost in a civil case. In a criminal case an unpreserved issue is reviewed at a substantial detriment. Preserving issues begins with discovery and proceeds through trial and on appeal. Attorney William Driscoll offers his appellate experience to assist attorneys in preserving legal issues at the critical trial court stage.


Consultant and Co-Counsel Services

Consultant or Co-Counsel.   Attorney Driscoll welcomes opportunities to collaborate with other attorneys in the trial and appellate courts. He accepts assignments in the role of independent consultant or co-counsel. He provides trial counsel with appellate perspective. He is a proven analytic problem-solver, adept at mathematics, and understands the way legal and technically-minded people think.