William M. Driscoll

Attorney Driscoll (Bill) achieved federal government distinction in the fields of electronic warfare, forensics, and cyber security after completing his Master of Mathematics degree at the University of Massachusetts-Lowell in 1992. He attended New England Law | Boston (formerly New England School of Law) where he earned his Juris Doctor degree with distinction in 2004.

For over 15 years Bill has practiced primarily in the areas of divorce, unwed parenting, and family law. He not only practice law, his appellate work has had a hand in shaping the law.

Bill guides individuals and families through a complex legal system. He provides viable options and advice. He goes the extra mile to assist his clients, who can then rest assured knowing that their legal matter is in good hands.

Attorney William (Bill) Driscoll


Professional Associations:

New Hampshire Bar Association

New Hampshire Judicial Counsel Public Defender Program

New Hampshire Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers

Massachusetts Bar Association

Committee for Public Counsel Services, Post-Conviction and Appeals Panel

Law Office of Deirdre Healy, Of Counsel

Pro Bono Activities:

DOVE Project, Bridges of Greater Nashua and Milford

603 Legal Aid

Bar and Court Admissions:

Massachusetts, 2004

New Hampshire, 2021

U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts, 2005

U.S. Tax Court, 2005

First Circuit Court of Appeals, 2011

Supreme Court of the United States, 2017


New England School of Law, Boston, Massachusetts
J.D., cum laude, 2004
President Anna E. Hirsch Award, for outstanding service to his law school
Technical Editor, New England Journal on Criminal and Civil Confinement
National Tax Moot Court

University of Massachusetts, Lowell, Massachusetts
M.S., Mathematics, 1992

Worcester State College, Worcester, Massachusetts
B.S., cum laude, Communications, 1982
Cross Country Team

Specialized Professional Training:

Divorce Mediation: Divorce Mediation Training Associates, 2006

Collaborative Law: Massachusetts Collaborative Law Counsel, 2006

Professional Publications:

Appeals Court Overturns Mandatory Pre-Litigation Mediation
Family Mediation Quarterly (14 Fam. Mediation Q. 3) Mar 2015

Rule 56 (f): Precursor to a Substantive Opposition to Summary Judgment
Massachusetts Law Review (95 Mass. Law Rev. 171) Jun 2013

Ready for Compliance? New Security Regulations Affecting All Collaborative Professionals
Massachusetts Collaborative Law Council Seminar February 26, 2009

Information Security: A Business Necessity for Mediators
Family Mediation Quarterly (8 Fam. Mediation Q. 20) 2009