Attorney Contant was raised Burlington, a small suburban town north of Boston. He describes his parents as two of the hardest working people he has ever met. At a young age his parents taught him the value of hard work and perseverance. This is something he has taken with him each and every day in his law practice.
Over the past 24 years Attorney Contant has developed a reputation as top litigator in courts all over Massachusetts. His practice is dedicated to the defense of adults and juveniles in all aspects of the criminal defense, Title IX defense, and plaintiff’s personal injury.
Attorney Contant can regularly be found arguing in the many District Courts, Juvenile Courts and Superior Courts of Massachusetts. He has successfully argued several appellate matters, including before the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts. A number of Attorney Contant’s cases have been featured in Massachusetts Lawyer’s Weekly.
His criminal defense practice focuses on matters including, OUI/DUI, motor vehicle offenses, domestic violence, assault and battery, assault and battery by means of a dangerous weapon, sexual assaults, gun offenses and drug offenses.
Attorney Contant has also distinguished himself as a trusted advisor representing students, faculty, and staff in matters in college disciplinary proceedings under Title IX. These matters involve accusations of sexual harassment, date rape, sexual assault, non-consensual sexual encounters, dating violence and stalking. He has successfully represented and advised students faculty and staff in Title IX matters at many Massachusetts colleges and universities, including, Boston University (BU), Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Harvard University, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth, University of Massachusetts at Boston, Simmons College, Elms College, Merrimack College, Clark University, Bentley University, and Worcester State University.