Christopher L. Maclachlan



born Erie, Pennsylvania, August 12, 1955

Work Highlights:

Counsel to the Reviewing Board, Massachusetts Department of Industrial Accidents, 1995-2012; Presenter at administrative judges' trainings, 2005-2012. Chaired Massachusetts Bar Association Subcommittee on Workers' Compensation Regulations, 2006-2007, which proposed changes to 452 C.M.R. 1.00, Adjudicatory Rules, effective 2008. Private Counsel Division, Committee for Public Counsel Services Appellate Panel, 2002-present, Commonwealth v. Narcisse, 457 Mass. 1 (2010); Commonwealth v. Mubdi, 456 Mass. 385 (2010).

Areas of Practice (1)

  • Workers Compensation Defense

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
(781) 246-8008  Phone
University Attended:
Amherst College, BA, 1977, Cum Laude
Law School Attended:
Suffolk University Law School, JD, 1987
Year of First Admission:
1987, Massachusetts; U.S. District Court, District of Massachusetts


Massachusetts Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.

Birth Information:
Erie, Pennsylvania, 1955

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Wakefield, Massachusetts

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