William D. Crowe
Bill is a trial attorney and a founding partner at the Boston firm of Crowe & Dunn, where he concentrates his practice in the fields of general civil litigation, family law, probate litigation, and criminal defense. A graduate of the University of Connecticut (1975) and Suffolk University Law School (1978), he spent his first five years as a trial lawyer with the Massachusetts Defenders Committee, during which time he tried approximately fifty Superior Court jury trials throughout Massachusetts. Since then, he has been in private practice, where he has successfully resolved countless cases by trial or settlement. He has been a Clinical Trial Practice Instructor at Suffolk Law School and has served as the Chair of the Criminal Law Committee for the Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys. Attorney Crowe has served as a panelist and chair of various Continuing Legal Education seminars involving topics in Criminal and Civil litigation practice, as well as Family and Probate litigation matters. He is also the author of "Defending Clients Charged with Violations of Restraining Orders and Related Assault & Battery Issues." His trial experience ranges from handling complex criminal and civil trials, including several first degree murder cases, as well as personal and business litigation, in state and federal courts, to complex matters in the Massachusetts Probate and Family Courts, where he focuses his practice on individuals and estates involving the division of high net worth, as well as complex matters involving allegations of domestic abuse.
Mr. Crowe has repeatedly been selected as a Boston Magazine "Super Lawyer" for his overall litigation skills. From the international legal directory Martindale-Hubbell, Attorney Crowe has consistently earned an "AV" Peer Review rating, which is the highest possible professional rating. In addition to representing parties involved in standard litigation, Attorney Crowe's typical clients include individuals, families, and corporations in need of crisis management and expedited legal intervention, such as targets of investigation, subjects of academic or professional disciplinary process, as well as those, who by chance or design, find themselves embroiled in complex civil, criminal, domestic, or probate litigation.
Mr. Crowe is a long term member of Board of Directors of the Charles River Center, a charitable organization devoted to Massachusetts residents with developmental disabilities, where he previously served as its Chairman. A father of three, Mr. Crowe lives in Newton Massachusetts with his wife Linda.