Edward Esq.


Bankruptcy Attorney

Boston, MA 02108

About Edward Esq.

Edward Esq. is a bankruptcy attorney in Boston, MA with additional expertise in securities law, business law, employment law, civil rights, consumer law, insurance defense, intellectual property, medical malpractice, personal injury and real estate law..

Most recently they have worked at Berluti McLaughlin & Kutchin LLP and received their J.D. from Boston College Law School.

Edward Esq.'s office is located at 44 School Street Boston, MA 02108.

Experience

  • Berluti McLaughlin & Kutchin LLP

Associations

  • Massachusetts State Bar

    Member

Education and training

  • Boston College Law School

    J.D.

    1999

  • State University of New York - Albany

    B.A.

    1995

Languages

  • English

Websites

Edward Esq.'s Office Location

44 School Street

Boston, MA 02108


Frequently Asked Questions

What types of law does Edward Esq. practice?

Edward Esq. practices bankruptcy law as well as securities law, business law, employment law, civil rights, consumer law, insurance defense, intellectual property, medical malpractice, personal injury and real estate law.

Where is Edward Esq.'s office located?

Edward Esq.'s office is located at 44 School Street Boston, MA 02108.

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