As such, Lipsey will serve as an advocate for the residents of New England Village, a non-profit campus-based residential community where adults with intellectual and related developmental disabilities can lead dignified and enriching lives.
Lipsey, who received his law degree from Suffolk Law School, practices Social Security disability law; as such he represents injured and disabled individuals before the Social Security Administration and the Department of Industrial Accidents.
Lipsey is a frequent guest instructor at Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education on workers’ compensation issues and was the recent keynote speaker for the National Business Institute regarding Social Security disability advocacy.
He is a member of the Plymouth and Norfolk County Bar Associations and the workers’ compensation sub-committee of the Massachusetts Bar Association. In addition, he is a member of the Federal Bar.
“It is a privilege to be named to the Committee of Human Rights for New England Village,” said Lipsey. “The men and women of New England Village share more than a place to live – they share a community where they can enjoy opportunities for growth and friendship.”
About Epstein, Lipsey & Clifford, P.C.
Epstein, Lipsey& Clifford, P.C. is a full-service law firm that provides legal services in the field of real estate, Social Security, workers’ compensation, and personal injury. Founded in 2001, the firm maintains offices in Hanover, Plymouth, Quincy, Mansfield and Boston. Additional areas of legal expertise include corporate law, education law, estate planning and veterans’ matters. The firm’s corporate headquarters are located at 1165 Washington Street, Suite 2, Hanover, MA 02339-1615. For additional information, please visit www.elclaw.com or call 781.829.9100.
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