John Joseph Moakley United States Courthouse
“The most beautiful site in Boston does not belong to the judges, it does not belong to the lawyers, it does not belong to the federal government. It belongs to the public.”
-Justice Stephen Breyer
As the HQ for the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts, this award-winning building defines architectural splendor with its waterside glass wall facade. The federal courthouse—which is named in honor of Congressman Moakley, a public servant and life-long South Boston resident, offers art and cultural exhibits throughout the year.
This working courthouse is also a unique and favorable venue to host special events, meetings and galas. For more information on how to plan your private event, field trip, or family outing please visit www.moakleycourthouse.com.
For jury duty or court related questions, please visit the United States District Court website at www.mad.uscourts.gov.