Jared N. Ballin
Weeks after joining Ballin & Associates full time in 2013, Attorney Jared Ballin second-chaired a four week trial that resulted in a jury verdict worth $1.96 million for a police officer who was shot while responding to a home alarm. In addition to his personal injury caseload, Attorney Ballin serves as the Editor for his firm's newsletter, which features case-study articles from real cases handled by his Ballin & Associates and reaches thousands of subscribers.
Attorney Ballin attended Roger Williams School of Law where he received awards in several courses including Civil Procedure and Workers' Compensation. Before graduating, he clerked for The Law Offices of Deborah G. Kohl and served as a Judicial Intern at the Worcester and Middlesex Superior Courts, drafting judicial opinions for the Honorable Dennis J. Curran. In November, 2012 Attorney Ballin was honored by the Massachusetts Judges Conference for his contributions to an article by Judge Curran regarding judicial salary.
Attorney Ballin graduated cum laude from Emerson College with a BA in Media Production in 2010. During college, he produced an original television show for Emerson College's cable network. As a senior, he won Emerson's 'Outstanding Writing for a Drama' award for his original film script.
In his spare time, Attorney Ballin enjoys rock climbing, woodworking, and the company of his wife and dogs.
Licensed to practice law in Massachusetts and Rhode Island, Attorney Jared Ballin is a member of the Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys and the Rhode Island Bar Association.