Diane Rallis

Bankruptcy Attorney

Massachusetts, New Hampshire

Boston, MA 02116

About Diane Rallis

Diane Rallis is a bankruptcy attorney in Boston, MA admitted to practice in Massachusetts and New Hampshire with additional expertise in business law..

Most recently they have worked at Holland & Knight LLP and received their J.D. from Boston College Law School.

Diane Rallis's office is located at 10 Saint James Avenue Boston, MA 02116.

Practicing in jurisdictions

  • Massachusetts

    Admitted in

  • New Hampshire

    Admitted in


  • Holland & Knight LLP



Education and training

  • Boston College Law School


  • Brandeis University


  • Brandeis University


    summa cum laude


  • English

Publications and speaking


Diane Rallis's Office Location

10 Saint James Avenue

Boston, MA 02116

Frequently Asked Questions

What jursidctions can Diane Rallis practice in?

Diane Rallis is admitted to practice in Massachusetts and New Hampshire.

What types of law does Diane Rallis practice?

Diane Rallis practices bankruptcy law as well as business law.

Where is Diane Rallis's office located?

Diane Rallis's office is located at 10 Saint James Avenue Boston, MA 02116.

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