About Me

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Attorney Sherwin is a lawyer practicing . . .

My website isn’t written in third person for a reason:  when you contact me  (or my staff) you get a person: one who is interested in you and your legal needs.

I have years of experience assisting clients with a wide range of legal problems.  I launched The Sherwin Law Firm to provide affordable, effective representation in Boston and the Greater Boston Region.  Contact me to see how I can assist you today.

Education

I graduated cum laude from Vermont Law School in 2010.  In law school, I served as a senior staff editor for The Vermont Journal of Environmental Law and was a member of the General Practice Program–a  “hands on” program that prepared me to work on real legal cases.  I was selected as member of 2010’s Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities & Colleges and became a published legal author.

Experience

I previously worked as a foreclosure defense attorney for a non-profit organization in Boston, where I assisted homeowners in foreclosure and post-foreclosure proceedings.  My cases brought me into Housing Court, District Court, Superior Court, Land Court, Massachusetts Appeals Court, and Federal Court, and I have successfully assisted many of my clients in keeping their homes and working out long-term resolutions for their problems.

Since launching my own practice, I have assisted homeowners, landlords, and tenants with a variety of real estate matters, at trial and on appeal.  I enjoy looking for ways to get my clients the best representation possible at a fair rate.

I’m licensed to practice law in Massachusetts, New York, Vermont, and the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts.  When I’m not practicing law, I enjoy reading, biking, fishing, and listening to my favorite band: Bruce Springsteen and E Street Band!

I want to use my experience and passion for law to assist you with your important legal needs.

Bar Admissions

Massachusetts

New York

Vermont

U.S. District Court of Massachusetts

U.S. Court of Appeals, First Circuit

Publications

Professional Associations

 

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