Attorneys

Emily J. Slaman

Focus | Civil Litigation

Emily is an associate in the Boston, MA office of Boyle | Shaughnessy Law.  Her practice is focused on commercial litigation; including construction disputes, breach of contract matters, as well as professional liability defense.  Prior to joining Boyle | Shaughnessy, Emily was an associate at a boutique firm in Boston handling commercial litigation and complex bankruptcy matters, as well as a law clerk at a boutique criminal defense firm in Boston.

Emily earned her law degree from Suffolk University Law School, where she was a two-year member of the National Moot Court Team and on the Executive Board of the Women’s Law Association.

Emily is admitted to practice in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the State of Rhode Island.  Emily is a member of the Boston Bar Association and the Mass Bar Association.

Emily earned her B.A. in History from The Pennsylvania State University, and is an active member of the Penn State Alumni Association, Greater Boston Chapter.  Emily is proficient in conversational German.

Emily can be reach by email at eslaman@boyleshaughnessy.com.

Education:

  • Suffolk University Law School, J.D.
  • Pennsylvania State University, B.A.

Bar Admissions:

  • Commonwealth of Massachusetts
  • State of Rhode Island

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