Attorney Laurence E. Sweeney has been practicing law since 1991. He graduated Cum Laude from New England School of Law in 1991. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy from Massachusetts College of Pharmacy in 1981. Attorney Sweeney spent three years as an Adjunct Professor at the University of New England College of Pharmacy where he taught and directed the Pharmacy Law and Ethics Class. Attorney Sweeney provides lectures to Pharmacists, Doctors and Nurses on various topics for Continuing Pharmacy Education. He has provided CE lectures for the New Hampshire Pharmacist Association, the Maine Pharmacy Association, the University of New England College of Pharmacy, the American College Health Association, and the New Hampshire Board of Pharmacy. He has also served on the New Hampshire Board of Pharmacy Continuing Education Advisory Council for a three year appointment term. Attorney Sweeney focuses on divorce cases, civil rights cases and employment law, but does not limit his practice to those areas.
While at New England School of Law, Attorney Sweeney won the Honors Moot Court Competition and advanced to the Regional Quarter Finals. He also served as an Editor on the New England Law Review, the schools premier publication. The New England Law Review published Attorney Sweeney's Note: "Chilling" The Procreational Choice: Frozen Embryos -- Who Gets What When the Donor Couple Divorce?" [See Excerpt Below]
Attorney Sweeney lives in Chelmsford, MA, is married, has an 18 year-old son, a 31 year-old daughter and three granddaughters (and 2 toy poodles).
In his spare time Attorney Sweeney enjoys writing and has written a science fiction screenplay which earned status as finalist in one screenplay competition and quarter-finalist in another.
NOTE: "Chilling" The Procreational Choice: Frozen Embryos--Who Gets What When the Donor Couple Divorce