Heather Zelevinsky

Bankruptcy Attorney with 15 Years Experience

Massachusetts, Massachusetts, 2005

Boston, MA 02110

About Heather Zelevinsky

Heather Zelevinsky is a bankruptcy attorney in Boston, MA admitted to practice in Massachusetts, Massachusetts and 2005 since 2005.

Heather Zelevinsky has 15 years experience across multiple organizations and received their J.D. from Northeastern University School of Law. Most recently they have worked at Ropes & Gray and .

Heather Zelevinsky's office is located at 100 Oliver Street Boston, MA 02110.

Practicing in jurisdictions

  • Massachusetts

    Admitted in 2005

  • Massachusetts, 2005

    Admitted in


  • Ropes & Gray


Education and training

  • Northeastern University School of Law



  • University of New Hampshire



  • Boston University



  • English


Heather Zelevinsky's Office Location

100 Oliver Street

Boston, MA 02110

Frequently Asked Questions

What jursidctions can Heather Zelevinsky practice in?

Heather Zelevinsky is admitted to practice in Massachusetts, Massachusetts and 2005.

How many years of experience does Heather Zelevinsky have?

Heather Zelevinsky has 15 years experience.

What types of law does Heather Zelevinsky practice?

Heather Zelevinsky practices bankruptcy law.

Where is Heather Zelevinsky's office located?

Heather Zelevinsky's office is located at 100 Oliver Street Boston, MA 02110.

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