Gary G. Nolan, Esq.
Admitted to practice law in 1996, Gary Nolan attended New England Law | Boston, Massachusetts, where he graduated in the top 5% of his class. While in law school, Gary served as a Staff Editor for the New England Law Review. He graduated from the University of Massachusetts Lowell, where, in 1991, he was Captain of the Wrestling Team.
Gary was trained as a litigator and trial lawyer. He has acted as lead counsel in countless criminal and civil cases over the years, and has conducted jury trials in the District, Superior and Federal Courts of Massachusetts as well as the New Hampshire Superior Court. In addition, Gary has handled hundreds of administrative cases pending before arbitrators, the Massachusetts and National Labor Relations Boards, and has a significant practice before the Massachusetts Civil Service Commission.
Since 2001, Attorney Nolan’s practice has focused on the rights of employees, and in particular, Union-side labor law. For the past decade, Gary and his office have been Chief Counsel to more than 60 local law enforcement unions in New England. Attorney Nolan regularly represents thousands of police and corrections officials in all phases of labor relations, including collective bargaining negotiations, discipline hearings and arbitrations, civil service matters, and media and public relations issues. Additionally, Gary has extensive experience representing law enforcement officers involved in critical incidents.
Attorney Nolan also provides legal representation to non-law enforcement public employees, as well as private employee Unions such as the hard-working men and women of the IBEW. Gary provides full-service-representation to labor unions; including collective bargaining, NLRB litigation and representation petitions, organizing campaigns, ULP litigation, CBA negotiations, and discipline appeals in all forums.
Attorney Nolan’s practice also includes personal injury law. For more than twenty years, he has prosecuted claims on behalf of victims of negligence, recovering millions of dollars in damages to compensate his clients.
JD, New England Law | Boston, 1996
UMASS Lowell, 1992