Kurker Paget LLC | Helping clients balance organizational and legal goals
Kurker Paget is an employment and higher education law firm serving employers and educational institutions throughout Massachusetts.
We are both advisors and trial attorneys, and have litigated cases before the United States Supreme Court; the United States Court of Appeals for the First, Second, and Federal Circuits; the United States District Courts of Massachusetts, Maine, and New York; and, the Superior and Appeals Courts of Massachusetts.
Our clients are diverse and include Fortune 500 companies, healthcare organizations, K-12 schools, colleges and universities, not-for-profits, and small, growing businesses. While our clients are varied, our approach to delivering legal services is the same: we work hard to understand our clients’ needs and goals; we counsel clients to prevent disputes before they arise; we seek early resolutions of disputes when possible; and, we litigate tenaciously when necessary.
Kurker Paget LLC is owned and operated by women. The Commonwealth of Massachusetts/Supplier Diversity Office has certified Kurker Paget as a Woman-Owned Business Enterprise (“WBE”). We believe that our training and background, as well as our experiences as professional women, give us a unique perspective as lawyers, especially in the areas of discrimination and harassment, and that this perspective benefits our clients as they strive to cultivate organizations free from unlawful harassment and discrimination.
On February 17, 2015, Chronicle of Higher Education writers Andy Thomason and Robin Wilson quoted Allyson Kurker in their article, “In Rape Cases, Students’ Texts and Emails Face the Court of Public Opinion.” In the article, Allyson speaks to the consideration of digital communication between a reporting and responding party during the investigation of an alleged sexual assault complaint. Click here to read the article.
Allyson was also quoted in a separate article written by Chronicle of Higher Education writer Robin Wilson, “Colleges Call in Legal Pros to Handle Sexual-Assault Cases,” on February 16, 2015. Click here to read the article.