Heidi Webb has been licensed to practice law in Massachusetts and before the Federal District and Appeals Courts since 1986. She joined her family’s law firm, Webb, Webb and Martin, established by her grandfather in 1912 and developed her practice primarily in the area of family law, representing parents and by appointment of the Court, children, as both an attorney and as Guardian Ad Litem. Heidi is trained as both a Mediator and a Collaborative Attorney. In 1998, pregnant with her third child she decided to develop a solo practice so as to accommodate her lifestyle as both a mother and a lawyer.
Prior to becoming a lawyer, Heidi received her Masters degree in Education from Harvard University where she concentrated in Counseling and Consulting Psychology. Soon after graduating she was granted a fellowship with the Institute for Educational Leadership in Washington D.C.
Heidi has also worked for the Department of Social Services (now DCF) investigating cases of child abuse and neglect, the Mental Health Legal Advisors Committee advising psychiatric patients of their legal rights and the Office of the Middlesex District Attorney, both as a student prosecutor and as a researcher in the development of sentencing guidelines for perpetrators of child sexual abuse.
Heidi is a Family Law Section Council member of the Massachusetts Bar Association, Chair of the Members Committee of the Massachusetts Collaborative Law Council, a member of the Social Law Library, and has served as an elected member of the Middlesex County Bar Association. Heidi is involved in community and civic activities in the western suburbs of Boston and throughout Massachusetts. She recently served on the fundraising committees for Planned Parenthood of Massachusetts and for The Commonwealth School, and is a Board member of the Webb Innovation Center for Dyslexia (www.wicd.org). Her pro bono work includes volunteering with Senior Partners for Justice, the Medical-Law Partnership, Lawyers Representing Children, and Lawyer For the Day in both Middlesex and Norfolk Probate Courts.
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