Griffin Reid

Griffin Reid joined the firm in 2020 as an Associate Attorney. Griffin became licensed to practice law in the state of Massachusetts in 2019 and his focus is primarily in Residential Real Estate.

Griffin was born and raised in Connecticut and currently resides in Medford, MA. Griffin received his Bachelor of Arts degree in 2014 from Ithaca College in Ithaca, NY, where he majored in Psychology and minored in Economics. After graduating from Ithaca College, Griffin then moved to Boston, MA where he spent a year serving as an Americorps member with City Year Boston. Griffin then went on to earn his Juris Doctorate from Suffolk Law University.

While at Suffolk Law, Griffin gained valuable experience working with several different law firms and companies. During his 3rd year of law school, Griffin worked at a boutique real estate law firm in downtown Boston and also worked as an SJC Rule 3:03 certified student attorney with the Suffolk Law Juvenile Defender’s clinic.

In his spare time, Griffin enjoys spending time with his family and friends, watching and playing sports, and exercising.

Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly

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