Colin J. Caffrey began practicing law in 2010.  A Berkshire county resident, he has advised clients in complex criminal and civil cases in trial courts of Massachusetts.  His practice focuses on criminal law and procedure, including motion practice and trial in criminal prosecutions.  He has also developed an expertise in legal research and writing in connection with criminal appeals, and represents a number of clients before the Massachusetts Appeals Court.

A graduate of Boston College (B.A. 2005) and the Albany Law School (J.D. 2008), Colin has published several articles on race, social justice, and criminal procedure.   He has been active in local government, having served by mayoral appointment on a number of municipal committees within the city of Pittsfield.  Colin has a passion for politics, and has worked or volunteered for the League of Conservation Voters, the John Edwards for President Campaign, the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office and the New York State Department of Transportation.  He is a member of the bar in Massachusetts and New York.

Colin is a winter sports enthusiast and an avid runner.