|Admission Details||- United States District Court, District of Massachusetts (June 1992)|
- United States District Court, District of New Hampshire (December 1990)
- New Hampshire Bar (October 1990)
- United States Supreme Court Bar (May 1986)
- Massachusetts Bar (June 1982)
|Education||University of Massachusetts, B.A.; Suffolk University, J.D.|
|Additional Bio Details||Currently a Vice President of the Massachusetts Bar Association, Marsha V. Kazarosian has been named by Massachusetts Super Lawyers magazine as one of the top lawyers in Massachusetts every year since 2006. She has been identified as one of the top 50 Women Lawyers in MA and New England by Super Lawyers Magazine, and as one of the top 100 Lawyers in MA. In 2006, she was featured on the cover of Massachusetts Super Lawyers magazine in a story entitled "The Power of Marsha Kazarosian", which followed her climb to national recognition.|
In September 2011, Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly publication identified Attorney Kazarosian as a "Top Woman in the Law" in the Commonwealth. In 1999, Massachusetts Lawyers weekly named her as one of Massachusetts' Top Ten lawyers, noting that she obtained one of the ten highest jury verdicts in the Commonwealth. Attorney Kazarosian has also achieved a Martindale Peer Review Rating of AV Preeminent.
Over the past two decades she has built a national practice representing clients in high profile media cases, making case law with precedent-setting issues in areas such as gender and disability discrimination, and police excessive force/civil rights litigation in the Federal Court.
Since 1983, Attorney Kazarosian has developed a wide range of expertise in the areas of discrimination and harassment, divorce and family law, and criminal and civil litigation. She is an experienced mediator and conciliator in the Superior, Probate, and District Courts dealing with such issues as contract disputes, personal injury, and lender liability.