Welcome to Qua, Hall, Harvey & Walsh
Qua, Hall, Harvey & Walsh is one of the oldest law firms in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, dating back to 1878 when it was founded in Lowell. The founding member, Francis Qua, started the firm in 1878. The law firm merged with Spaulding & Spaulding in 1932 and became known as Spaulding, Qua, and Hall. One of its members, Stanley Qua, emerged to become Chief Justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court in the 1940's. Spaulding, Qua, and Hall merged with Harvey, Harvey & Walsh in 1957 and became the present law firm of Qua, Hall, Harvey & Walsh.
We are here to serve you as counselors, advocates, and advisors. In addition to representing individuals, our client list includes municipal entities, banking and lending institutions, businesses, partnerships, LLC's, LLP's, corporations, health care facilities and professionals, builders, and developers.
- As counselors, we work toward heading off problems and keeping our clients in compliance with the law.
- As advocates and trial attorneys, we are zealous in our representation and advocate for our clients' rights and best interests.
- As advisors, we offer our clients the benefit of our collective knowledge and experience.
To learn how our experience and blend of practice strengths can benefit you, your family, or business, we invite you to contact us.
Our Law Firm Principles
01 Professionalism - Our attorneys are committed to the highest standards of our profession. Both in and out of the courtroom, we strive to represent each of our clients as we ourselves would want to be represented.
02Trust, Ethics and Honesty - Our attorneys embrace the principles of professional responsibility founded upon utmost honesty and adherence to the rules of professional conduct and ethics.
03Quality - Our attorneys strive for quality in our legal representation, our practice, and all individuals we ask to join us in any capacity.
04Community Our attorneys believe in giving back to the community in which we serve by volunteering for various committees and causes.