Neil Burns

Bankruptcy Attorney


Boston, MA 02108

About Neil Burns

Neil Burns is a bankruptcy attorney in Boston, MA admitted to practice in Massachusetts with additional expertise in legal malpractice and personal injury..

Most recently they have worked at The Law Office of Neil Burns and received their J.D. from UDC David A. Clarke School of Law.

They are registered and advised by the The Massachusetts Bar Association, The Boston Bar Association.

Neil Burns's office is located at Six Beacon Street Boston, MA 02108.

Practicing in jurisdictions

  • Massachusetts

    Admitted in


  • The Law Office of Neil Burns



  • American Association for Justice


  • The Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys


  • The Massachusetts Bar Association


  • The Boston Bar Association


  • The National Lawyers Guild


Education and training

  • Hobart and William Smith Colleges



  • UDC David A. Clarke School of Law




  • English


Neil Burns's Office Location

Six Beacon Street

Boston, MA 02108

Frequently Asked Questions

What jursidctions can Neil Burns practice in?

Neil Burns is admitted to practice in Massachusetts.

What types of law does Neil Burns practice?

Neil Burns practices bankruptcy law as well as legal malpractice and personal injury.

Where is Neil Burns's office located?

Neil Burns's office is located at Six Beacon Street Boston, MA 02108.

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