United States District Court, Massachusetts (1977)
United States Court of Appeals, 1st Circuit (2000)
United States Supreme Court (2002)
Northeastern University School of Law, J.D. (1976)
Yale University, M.A. (1972)
University of Pennsylvania, B.A. (1968)
Todd & Weld LLP, 1994 to present
LoDolce & Epstein, Brockton, Massachusetts, 1978-1994
Law Office of P.J. Piscitelli, Brockton, Massachusetts, 1975-1978
Massachusetts Bar Association President, 1992-1993
Women's Bar Association President, 1979-1980
Board of Bar Overseers, 1984-1988
Trustee, Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, 1992-1993
Board of Editors, Lawyers Weekly, 1994-1998
Supreme Judicial Court Advisory Committee on Rules of Professional Conduct, 1995-2008
Massachusetts IOLTA Committee, 1996-2006
American Bar Association House of Delegates, 1991-1995
Probate and Family Inns of Court, Massachusetts Chapter Member, American, Massachusetts, Boston, Women's, Norfolk and Plymouth County Bar Associations
Member, Massachusetts Bar Association Centennial Commission, 2010
Contributor to Breaking Barriers: The Unfinished Story of Women Lawyers and Judges in Massachusetts, published by MCLE, Inc. (2012): Chapter 7: "Building a Legal Community: Bar Leaders."
Frequent lecturer for Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Massachusetts Bar Association, Boston Bar Association and other continuing legal education programs. Topics include: Trying Domestic Relations Cases; Examining Experts; Valuing Retirement and Business Assets; Trust, Inherited and Gifted Property Issues in Divorce; International Custody Issues; Interstate and International Jurisdictional Issues; Same Sex Marriage and Divorce; Non-Traditional Families; and Ethical Issues.
Contributing Editor, "Ethical Lawyering in Massachusetts," Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, 2000, 2007.
Contributing Editor, "Fiduciary Litigation in the Probate and Family Courts," Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, 2006.
Selected for inclusion in the 2012 edition of The Best Lawyers in America in the specialty of Family Law. Ms. Epstein has been selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America since 2003.
Named as one of “Boston's Best Lawyers" in Family Law in a special supplement to The Boston Globe, 2010, 2011, 2012.
Selected for inclusion in the 2012 Boston Globe edition of “Boston's Best Lawyers” in Family Law (first publication in 2008 to present).
Recognized as a "Massachusetts Super Lawyer" in Family Law in 2004-2012 editions of Boston Magazine (first published in 2004).
Recognized as a “Top 50 Female Massachusetts Super Lawyer" in 2004 edition of Boston Magazine
Women's Bar Association, Leila Robinson Award, 1999, in recognition of outstanding accomplishments and contributions to women in the legal profession
Named as one of the 10 Most Powerful Women in Boston by The Boston Globe, 1994.
2002 to present, Martindale-Hubbell, longstanding AV (pre-eminent) rating
Distinguished Service and Gold Medal Awards, Plymouth County Bar Association 1992/1993
Trustee, Massachusetts Bar Foundation, 1994-1998 and Oliver Wendell Holmes Charter Fellow
Sustaining Member, Women's Bar Foundation
Fellow, American Bar Foundation
Lawyer of the Day Program, Plymouth Probate and Family Court, 1994 to 2007.
Pro bono representation in a variety of domestic relations and related cases