Attorney Samuel A. Segal is an associate at Breakstone, White, &
Gluck. He has worked at the firm since 2010 on a wide range of cases,
including those involving serious personal injuries, car accidents,
medical malpractice and explosions.
Mr. Segal was admitted to the
Massachusetts Bar in 2010 and is now an active member of the Young
Lawyers Division of the Massachusetts Bar Association.
received his Juris Doctor from Northeastern University School of Law in
the spring of 2010. In law school, he worked for two years as the Chief
of Special Projects for the Prisoners’ Rights Legal Clinic.
in law school, Mr. Segal completed four co-operative internships at the
Department of Justice in Washington, D.C.; the Environmental Protection
Agency in Boston; Thornton & Naumes, a personal injury law firm in
Boston; and finally at Breakstone, White, & Gluck.
Segal is dedicated to utilizing the cutting edge of legal advocacy
technology and improving efficiency and sustainability in the office
environment, including movement toward a paperless work-space.
Segal also volunteers as an attorney-coach for the Cambridge Rindge and
Latin School Mock Trial Team in Cambridge. In 2007, Mr. Segal received
his double-major undergraduate degree with honors from Arcadia
University in Glenside, Pennsylvania.