PAUL J. MOLLOY, ESQUIRE
Attorney Molloy graduated from Stonehill College, Suffolk University Law School and received a Master of Laws in Taxation from Boston University. He served as an Assistant Attorney General for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts for eleven years prosecuting white- collar crimes, including procurement fraud, environmental and tax evasion matters. Attorney Molloy was Chief of the Environmental Crimes Strike Force Division of the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office from 200 to 2006. Attorney Molloy has thirty years of experience as a trial attorney. Joining the firm of Davis, Robinson and Molloy, LLP in 2006, Attorney Molloy’s practice concentrates in personal injury and white-collar criminal defense.