Brian Champion is recognized for pro bono work by the Clients’ Security Board of the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts

Brian Champion was recently recognized by the General Counsel and Executive Director of the Clients’ Security Board of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court for his successful pro bono representation before the Board on behalf of a client in fiscal year 2019.  The Clients’ Security Board oversees a fund that is used to reimburse members of the public when their lawyer misappropriates funds that rightfully belong to the client.  By Court rule, attorneys who represent clients who make a claim to the Board do not receive compensation, so representation of a client before the Board is entirely voluntary.

In the Board’s Annual Report to the Supreme Judicial Court, Mr. Champion was recognized as one of three pro bono lawyers who represented claimants before the Board in fiscal year 2019, for which he was formally recognized and thanked the General Counsel and Executive Director.

Attorney Champion represents clients in estate planning, trust, and estate matters in Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts.  He is a member of the Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and Boston Bar Associations.


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Brian L. Champion

Brian L. Champion is admitted to practice in the state and federal courts of Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and the District of Columbia in Washington D.C.  He is also admitted to The First Circuit Court of Appeals and The United States Supreme Court. Trusts & Estates:  Mr. Champion believes that the caring for one’s family… Read more »