Riley Grinkis Tully

Focus | Civil Litigation

Riley is an Associate in the Worcester office of Boyle | Shaughnessy Law.

Riley received her Juris Doctor from Northeastern University School of Law. While in law school, Riley served as an Articles Editor on the Northeastern University Law Review, and as a Research Assistant to Professor Deborah Ramirez. Riley also worked as a Teaching Assistant for Torts, Evidence, and Criminal Law. During her time at NUSL, Riley participated in the Prisoner’s Rights Clinic, representing prisoners sentenced to life with the possibility of parole at their parole hearing before the Massachusetts Parole Board.

Riley received her undergraduate degree from Fitchburg State University, where she doubled majored in Criminal Justice and Interdisciplinary Studies, with a minor in Political Science. While there, Riley served as the captain of the Moot Court team and was a Finalist in the American Moot Court Association 2018 Eastern Regional Tournament.

Prior to joining Boyle | Shaughnessy, Riley clerked for the Honorable Justice Marguerite Grant at the Massachusetts Appeals Court.

Riley can be reached by email at


  • Northeastern University School of Law, J.D.
  • Fitchburg State University, B.S. summa cum laude

Bar Admissions:

  • Commonwealth of Massachusetts
  • State of New Hampshire
  • United State District Court, District of Massachusetts

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