Brian P. Senier serves as Special Assistant to the Managing Partner at Drago + Toscano, LLP. In his capacity as Special Assistant, Brian assists in the drafting and editing of various official firm documents, including client research and memoranda.
Brian interrupted his service at the firm for three months to take on a clerkship at Ligris, serving as law clerk to Attorneys Kosta and Nik Ligris, the Founding and Managing Partners, respectively, of Ligris, New England’s premier real estate conveyancing firm. Additionally, Brian spent a summer working as the special assistant and advisor to a candidate for Boston City Council.
Brian graduated from the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts with an A.B. in English and Political Science. Beyond that, Brian earned distinction as a Charles Carroll Fellow and through his membership in Pi Sigma Alpha, the National Political Science Honor Society.
During his junior year, Brian spent nine months at Trinity College Dublin, Ireland’s most prestigious university, studying English and Irish literature and European politics. During the Senior Awards Convocation, the College of the Holy Cross awarded Brian the Frank D. Comerford Award, in recognition of his status as the College’s best orator.
Outside of the classroom at Holy Cross, Brian excelled as a national-champion and All-American mediator, competing across the country—and internationally in Scotland and Greece—in the International Academy of Dispute Resolution’s academic competitions. Furthermore, Brian advanced twice to the opening round of the championship series in the American Mock Trial Association’s national tournament, while also winning several individual awards and accolades for superior oratory. Active in student government, Brian served as the Student Government Association’s Solicitor General and as the Senate’s Foreign Envoy while in Ireland, representing hundreds of fellow study-abroad students. A former senior interviewer in the Holy Cross Office of Admission, Brian continues to volunteer his time as an alumni interviewer for his alma mater.
This fall, Brian begins his studies as a first-year law student and Trustee Merit Scholar at Suffolk University Law School in Boston. Brian resides in Dorchester’s Savin Hill, where his family’s roots date back over one hundred years.