Dominic L. Pang was born in the Republic of Singapore and immigrated to North America as a young child. He has been a member in good standing of the Massachusetts Bar since 2002.
Attorney Pang graduated from the University of Notre Dame in 1996 with a major in psychology and a minor in philosophy. Upon his graduation from college, Attorney Pang entered top-15 ranked Vanderbilt University School of Law in Nashville, TN and was awarded his Juris Doctor degree in 1999. While a law student at Vanderbilt, Attorney Pang interned with the Tennessee Supreme Court. Upon graduation from law school, Attorney Pang was invited to attend the University of Notre Dame's prestigious top-15 ranked Mendoza College of Business, where he graduated with a Masters in Business Administration cum laude in 2001.
Attorney Pang started his own law practice in 2005 after working for legal services and private law firms. He is a member of the Committee for Public Counsel's Juvenile and District Court Trial Panel, Youthful Offender Panel and Children & Family Law Panel. Attorney Pang is a frequent contributer to Avvo.com where he is rated as Superb. Mr. Pang is a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association, the Norfolk County Bar Association and has served on the Board of Directors of the Norfolk County Bar Advocates, Inc.. Attorney Pang is currently the Juvenile Supervising Attorney for the Norfolk County Juvenile courts.
Our unwavering dedication to excellence has proved effective in representing clients at all stages of criminal defense cases. Having represented thousands of clients, Attorney Pang has a clear understanding of the legal issues and defense strategies that are of utmost importance in defending his clients.
Attorney Pang prides himself with being told time and again by his clients that they have never had a lawyer who cared as much, listened as well, or fought as hard for their case.
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