Mitchel S. Ross
Mitchel S. Ross has practiced law in Boston since graduating from Cornell University and Harvard Law School. He has extensive civil litigation and real estate law experience as a partner in both a Boston and a major New York law firm. He has learned to find negotiated and businesslike solutions to the problems of his clients and to successfully and efficiently complete difficult transactions, aided by his prior service as General Counsel and CEO of a $4 billion financial institution.
Mitch has chaired numerous Continuing Legal Education programs in financial, litigation and real estate law and was President for 2006-2008 of the Frank J. Murray Inn of Court, a collegial group of lawyers and judges dedicated to promoting high standards of professionalism and civility within bench and bar. He also taught Real Estate Litigation as Adjunct Professor of Law at Suffolk University Law School for 18 years. Since 2006, Mitch has been selected for inclusion in each edition of Massachusetts Super Lawyers. Fellow, American Bar Foundation. Member, Massachusetts, New York and Federal Bars.
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