Brian P. Senier has been an associate with Feinberg, Dumont & Brennan since 2022. Prior to beginning his tenure as an associate, Brian served as the firm’s law clerk.
Brian’s practice comprises the full spectrum of traditional labor law, including trying arbitration cases and appearing before various administrative agencies, including the National Labor Relations Board and the Massachusetts Department of Labor Relations, as well as negotiating collective bargaining agreements. Additionally, Brian counsels multi-employer health and welfare, pension, and welfare benefit funds.
He is a graduate of the College of the Holy Cross, where he was a Charles Carroll Fellow and double majored in English and Political Science. A proud Holy Cross alum, Brian presently serves on Holy Cross’ President’s Council as a class co-chair.
Brian earned his Juris Doctor from Suffolk University Law School where he was a member of the Transnational Law Review. At Suffolk University Law School, Brian was chosen as a Congressman Moakley Scholar and Trustee Merit Scholar, while also attaining membership in the Rehnquist Inn Chapter of the Phi Delta Phi Honor Society. Committed to oral advocacy, Brian competed on Suffolk Law’s Constitutional Law Moot Court team and won the Best Oral Advocate Award.
The proud son of a union family, Brian learned at an early age of the importance of zealous advocacy – and how, in large measure, the vibrancy of labor unions and their fringe benefit funds are strengthened by first-rate legal representation.