Liam Hofmeister joined Rodman Employment Law after spending two years in the Boston theatre scene. He graduated from Northeastern University with degrees in theatre and journalism. After graduating, he freelanced as a director, designer, carpenter, lighting technician, and arts administrator across the theatre companies of Boston. While at university, he worked as a journalist for The Patriot Ledger in Quincy, MA, and he served as editor-in-chief for Northeastern’s student-run newspaper, The Huntington News. Liam volunteers as a legal observer with the National Lawyers Guild. He also helps coordinate the Guild’s Street Law Clinic, a program that educates activists about their legal rights when engaging in protest actions.
Liam lives in Jamaica Plains with his five wonderful roommates and a cat named Barnacle. In his free time, you can spot Liam riding his bike to local bakeries, playing his mandolin in his backyard, or hiking the trails of New England.