Community InvolvementElliott M. Loew:
Mr. Loew has been affiliated with the Newton South Little League since 1971, and a member of the Board of Directors since 1976, having served several terms as Vice President and President. The Newton South Little League serves approximately 350 boys and girls annually. Mr. Loew is the President of the 2009 Newton South Little League.
Mr. Loew has been a member of the Board of the Newton Babe Ruth League, and a baseball coach in the league since 1976. He is the league’s coach of the 14/15 year old Newton Babe Ruth League Tournament Team which competes in the State Tournament each summer.
Mr. Loew has been a special instructor of law at Newton North High School since 1980. He created the curriculum for "Law and Society", a litigation course for high school seniors. Each half year course ends with the students preparing and conducting an actual trial in the local courthouse.
Mr. Loew was the lawyer/coach of the Newton North High School Mock Trial Team from 1990 - 2004. The Mock Trial Team competes annually in the Massachusetts Bar Association Statewide High School Mock Trial Tournament. Newton North captured the State Championship in 1990, 1991, 1992, 1996, 1997 and 1998 and competed in the National High School Mock Trial Tournaments all over the country.
Since 2006, Mr. Loew has been the lawyer/coach of the Newton South High School Mock Trial Team, which won the Massachusetts State Championship in 2008.
Mr. Loew lectures locally on the topic of “Divorce: The Impact on the Family” and to businesses on various litigation topics.
For many years, Mr. Loew taught the course “Starting Your Own Business” in the Newton Community Schools / Adult Education program.