Jesse R. Coulon
Jesse Richard Coulon routinely represents clients in government enforcement actions and civil litigation relating to federal securities laws, complex commercial disputes, and restructuring. Jesse maintains an active pro bono practice, focusing on representing federal criminal defendants and prisoners seeking habeas corpus. During law school, Jesse externed with the Honorable Page Kelley in the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts and worked as a research assistant to Professor Cheryl Bratt. He also served as an article editor for the Boston College Law Review and won Boston College’s 2018 Mock Trial Competition. During Jesse’s third year at Boston College, he worked as a 3.03 assistant district attorney for the Middlesex District Attorney’s office, where he was lead counsel for numerous trials and motions. Jesse is currently an active member of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bay.
Prior to law school, Jesse worked for two years as a litigation paralegal in the New York office of another leading international law firm.
- Jesse R. Coulon, Privacy, Screened Out: Analyzing the Threat to Individual Privacy Rights and Fifth Amendment Protections in State v. Stahl, 59 B.C.L. REV. 225 (2018)
- JD, cum laude, Boston College Law School, 2019
- BA (Economics and Government), Colby College, 2014