Marc Greebaum is a Professor of Law and Co-Director of Labor and Employment Law Concentration at Suffolk University Law School. Professor Greenbaum is an experienced labor arbitrator and remains one of the most sought after neutrals for handling challenging cases. In addition to his own professional accomplishments, he has been instrumental in educating and advising his current and former students – developing an impressive portfolio of success stories along the way.
Clerk, Justice Paul J. Liacos, Supreme Judicial Court of MA, Boston, 1976-77; Associate, Foley, Hoag & Eliot, Boston, 1977-81; Assistant Professor, Suffolk, 1981-83; Associate Professor, 1983-86; Professor, since 1986
Degrees: BA, Rutgers University; JD, Boston College
Bar Admittance: MA
Subjects: Constitutional Law; Employment Discrimination; Employment Law; Labor Law; Public Sector Labor Law
Professional Activities: Member, Order of the Coif; National Academy of Arbitrators Subcommittee on Court of Administration & Personnel, Gender Bias Study Com., 1987-88; Fellow of the College of Labor and Employment Lawyers