Legislative Analyst & East Coast Litigation Paralegal Manager

Tori Holtman


Tori Holtman is a Legislative Analyst/East Coast Supervising Paralegal at CMBG3 in the Boston office specializing in ESG, PFAS, Environmental and Tort issues. Tori has developed extensive knowledge and expertise pertaining to federal regulators bodies including OSHA, EPA, DEP, and the FDA. With her expertise on both federal and local regulations, she has helped with the national defense strategies for her clients and continues to inform our attorneys on pertinent issues developing in the regulatory realm. She works persistently to investigate every detail on current regulatory issues and to assist with defense tactics that may help her clients’ needs.

As a member of the Government Relations team, she is responsible for monitoring and reporting on legislative priorities, and regularly attends congressional hearings and meetings. Tori briefs CMBG3’s senior leadership team on regulatory policy updates including the litigious technical aspects of policy and assists with developing client responses to legislation. As a registered lobbyist, Tori also meets with Federal and State stakeholders to advance priorities important to firm clients.

Prior to joining the CMBG3, Tori worked as a litigation paralegal at a nationally prominent law firm in Boston that focused in personal injury, general liability, workers compensation and social security disability. During her time there, Tori was able to work closely with attorneys and handled a large number of cases individually.



  • University of Maine, B.A. Political Science, minor Legal Studies / Sociology, 2016