Mark A. Aronsson

Focus | Civil Litigation

Mark Aronsson is a Shareholder in the Boston office of Boyle | Shaughnessy Law where his practice is concentrated in civil litigation and focuses on business litigation, insurance coverage, contract disputes, professional liability, and employment law. Representative cases include claims involving products liability, construction defects, attorney malpractice, and non-compete agreements.

Prior to joining Boyle | Shaughnessy Law, Mark served as a Law Clerk to the Honorable Debra Freeman of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York (2009-2010), and as a law clerk to the Justices of the Massachusetts Superior Court (2007-2008).

Mark received his Juris Doctor from Northeastern University School of Law, where he served as a teaching assistant for a first-year contracts course. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Vermont, cum laude, where he studied Music and History.

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  • Massachusetts Super Lawyer Rising Star: 2013–2017


  • University of Vermont, B.A., cum laude
  • Northeastern University School of Law, J.D.

Bar Admissions:

  • Commonwealth of Massachusetts
  • State of New York

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Mark A. Aronsson

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