Kathleen E. Sheehan
- Liquor Liability
- Medical Malpractice Defense
- Employment Law
- Premises Liability
- Administrative Law
Kathleen E. Sheehan was born in Springfield, Massachusetts in 1956. She was awarded a B.A. from the University of Massachusetts (1978) Cum Laude, and a J.D. from Western New England College School of Law (1981). She was admitted to the practice of law in Massachusetts in 1982. Attorney Sheehan is a highly-experienced trial attorney, having conducted trials as Assistant Attorney General for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and throughout her practice at Keyes and Donnellan, P.C. She also litigates cases for the City of Springfield, Massachusetts, serving as Assistant City Solicitor. She has tried many cases with successful outcomes in Western Massachusetts trial courts and in the Federal court system. Attorney Sheehan also has extensive experience litigating cases before regulatory boards at the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination, Department of Industrial Accidents, Board of Registration of Medicine, Board of Registration of Nursing, and Board of Registration of Allied Health Professionals. Attorney Sheehan also frequently lectures and conducts presentations at accredited continuing education seminars for healthcare professionals.
Western New England College School of Law, Springfield, Massachusetts
Juris Doctorate, 1981.
University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Massachusetts
Bachelor of Arts, 1978, Graduated Cum Laude
Keyes and Donnellan, P.C.
Employed from September 1989 to Present.
Clerk of the Corporation, 1998 to Present.
Hampden County Bar Association, Present Member
Hampden County Bar Association Referral Service, Present Member
Defense Research Institute, Present Member
Assistant City Solicitor for the City of Springfield, 2006 to Present.
Assistant Attorney General for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts (1984-1989)
Springfield Arts Lottery Council (1980-1985)
Springfield Parking Authority (1985-1987)
Adjunct Faculty Member at Springfield College School of Business (1985-1988)