Carol E. Nesson, Attorney at Law

Carol E. Nesson practices pension and retirement and trusts and estates law, much of it assisting other lawyers in pension division and QDRO drafting.  


She was general counsel to the Boston Retirement Board and a special assistant corporation counsel for the city of Boston for many years, and is an expert on the Massachusetts public pension system. 


Ms. Nesson was a founder and first president of the Massachusetts Association of Public Pension Attorneys (MAPPA), she is a frequent speaker at MCLE and public pension law conferences. 


She has completed the certified financial planner program at Boston University. A graduate of Simmons College and Boston University School of Law, she is an active volunteer for Rosie’s Place, her local library and Simmons.



William S. Young, Attorney at Law

William S. Young is an attorney licensed to practice in Massachusetts and Maryland.


He earned his law degree in 2012 from The George Washington University School of Law where he was a member of the Alternate Dispute Resolution Board, competed on the school’s Client Counseling team, and trained other law students on negotiation and client counseling. While in law school, he worked for the U.S. Office of Personnel Management, the Council of the District of Columbia, and the Service Employees International Union, and he volunteered regularly for the District of Columbia Employment Justice Center.


Mr. Young completed mediation training in conformity with Rule 8 and the Massachusetts confidentiality statute.


Prior to attending law school, he worked as a high school English and History teacher. He graduated from St. John's College, Maryland, in 2003.