Honors & Recognition

Martindale Hubbell 2018

  • Top 10 Attorneys in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts: selected by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly for 2011.
  • Best Lawyers: selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers – since 1988 yearly – including the 2019 edition.
  • One of Top Lawyers in State: Weinberg was honored as One of the Top 10 Lawyers in Massachusetts in 2011 and has been selected yearly from 2004-2018 for Massachusetts Super Lawyers, a guide widely used by other lawyers to select counsel.
  • Weinberg has earned the 2019 Martindale-Hubbell®AV Preeminent™ Judicial Award, the highest rating in both legal ability and ethical standards, based on evaluations by other members of the bar and the judiciary in the United States and Canada.
  • Guest lecturer at Harvard Law School on criminal law and ethics issues.
  • Selected to be a panelist and speaker at four Judicial Conferences of the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit

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A Legal Leader

 “The No. 1 Lawyer in the City.”

—Howie Carr, Boston Herald, 6-16-11

“Marty Weinberg…[part of a] Fourth Amendment dream team [who] understands the Constitution and the Bill of Rights still reign as the supreme law of the land.”

NACDL President Jim Lavine, 12-15-10
upon 6th Circuit ruling that protected emails
from warrantless government surveillance

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Groundbreaking Opinion

“The extension of the Fourth Amendment to emails is a groundbreaking opinion that is of pivotal importance in terms of protecting privacy in the Internet Age.”

—Weinberg quoted by AP following Warshak decision


“[Warshak] … may someday be seen as a watershed moment in the extension of our Constitutional rights to the Internet.”

— Law Professor Paul Ohm

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Savvy, Peerless

“Known for his savvy handling of high-
profile, white-collar crime and tax cases.”

— Boston Globe, 5-29-04
(upon Weinberg joining
Martha Stewart appellate team)

“Peerless”   “Elegant”

— Peter Gelzenis
Boston Herald, 5-6-11
in its coverage of his successful
defense of Richard Vitale