Matthew Segal, a civil rights and appellate litigator, has been legal director of the ACLU of Massachusetts since 2012. He has litigated high-impact cases on a range of issues, including government surveillance, the drug war, and immigrants’ rights. Matt has also spearheaded non-litigation advocacy, including ACLUM’s model policy on body cameras. He was named a 2015 Massachusetts Lawyer of the Year by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly.
Dec 9, 2019
Immigrants have been Denied Due Process for Years. In New England, that’s about to Change.
Jan 8, 2018
30,000 Tainted Convictions, One Path Forward
Mar 27, 2017
President Trump’s Campaign Promises Stick With Us — They Should Stick With Him, Too
Dec 1, 2016
If Cops Don’t Turn on Their Body Cameras, Courts Should Instruct Juries to Think Twice about Their Testimony
Jul 27, 2016
To Make Black Lives Matter, We Must Tear Down the Case Law that Gave Police the Power to Stop, Search, and Abuse