Attorney Jason Chan is admitted to practice law in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. He is licensed to practice in all state and federal courts in Massachusetts. He is a partner at Seed, Chan & Associates practice and, along with Attorney John Seed, specializes in white collar crime, murder, human trafficking, drug trafficking, firearm charges, sexual assault, assault and battery and other types of criminal charges. Attorney Chan in available for cases in the Worcester, Suffolk, Norfolk and Middlesex counties.
Attorney Chan was selected to be apart of the merit selection panel for the reappointment of Federal Magistrate Judge David Hennessy in 2020. He is a published author in the Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education books (MCLE). He has also taught several classes at MCLE to other attorneys on criminal matters.
Attorney Chan graduated summa cum laude from Northeastern University with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Psychology. He then went on to attend the New England School of Law where he served as Editor-In-Chief for the New England Journal of International and Comparative Law. Attorney Chan also had his comparative paper published in the spring 2007 edition of the journal.
Location: Boston & Worcester Offices
Representation: Suffolk, Worcester, Middlesex, Norfolk Counties
Attorney John B. Seed has been practicing criminal law in Massachusetts for his entire career, first as a Suffolk County Assistant District Attorney supervising the Brighton District Court and now as a state-wide criminal defense attorney based in New Bedford, Boston and Beverly, MA. He takes pride in giving every one of his clients the same intense focus to details, no matter the charge the client is facing.
Attorney Seed handles cases in the Suffolk, Essex and Plymouth Counties.
His years of training and courtroom experience in the areas of criminal law and OUI law have provided him with a unique skill set. Those skills, when combined with his hard working and determined attitude, have contributed to an outstanding record in the courtroom.