Paul M Kalill, Attorney
Paul Kalill earned a Juris Doctor degree from Suffolk University Law School and a Ph.D. in Forensic Psychology with a specialty in Mental Health and Public Policy from the Union Institute.
He is a certified mediator, a Harvard trained negotiator and a collaborative lawyer.
Dr. Kalill is an adjunct professor in the Psychology Department at Springfield College while maintaining his private law practice.
Attorney Kalill has a wealth of experience in many areas of law. He is skilled in family, business, and contract law. His expertise also includes an extensive background with corporate personnel and harassment policies.
As a Ph.D., he is able to incorporate his experience as a psychologist into his law practice. For example, he has worked with corporations as a consultant, combining the legal aspect of personnel and harassment training with seminars on stress management.
He is actively involved in local affairs and gives seminars in a variety of areas including Creative Financing and Contract law. Kalill also does a radio segment on Thursday of each week entitled "Shrink Wrap" on WHYN AM radio.
|Education:||The Union Institute Doctor of Philosophy|
District of Columbia 1989
New York 1989
U.S. Supreme Court 1978
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