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Amy Laura Davidson has been practicing labor law since 1980. Prior to entering private practice, Amy served as an administrative law judge for the Labor Relations Commission for eight years. There, she enjoyed the unique vantage point of an adjudicator and had the opportunity to evaluate which advocacy techniques were persuasive and which were unconvincing. The lessons learned there continue to serve her well as an advocate. After leaving the Commission, Amy worked as in house counsel to the National Association of Government Employees/International Brotherhood of Police Officers for a couple of years. Her journeys ultimately lead to Sandulli Grace in 1992. She became a partner in 1993.

Amy has been representing police officers, fire fighters, teachers and other employees since 1988. She works vigorously to get the best results for her clients through negotiation, education and litigation. She has represented clients before all the labor agencies of the Commonwealth, including the Civil Service Commission, the Labor Relations Commission, the Joint Labor Management Committee, Retirement Boards and well as before arbitrators, Superior Court, the Appeals Court, the Supreme Judicial Court and Federal District Court.

Amy's interest in providing legal services to the labor movement has lead to her involvement in labor education for fellow attorneys and various labor organizations. Since 1998, she has served as co-chair of the Massachusetts Bar Association Annual Workshop for Public Sector Labor Relations Specialists and has lectured before annual meetings of the New England Consortium of Labor Relations Agencies. Amy has lead educational seminars at the Professional Firefighters Biennial Convention since 1992. In addition, she has been invited to teach at the Massachusetts Teachers Association's Annual Leadership Conference in Williamstown for the past several summers.

Amy resides in Cambridge, Massachusetts with her husband, Gene Vroom and their dog Max. In her spare time, Amy likes to run, spin and recently has taken up kick boxing. She has finished seven marathons, four in Boston and three in New York City.

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