Michael Kennefick is a partner in the Firm and a leader in the Firm’s litigation practice. He has significant trial experience before the District, Housing, Superior and Land Courts and also represents clients before local and state boards. In addition to his litigation practice, Mike has substantial experience in general municipal, employment, construction and land use and planning law. He regularly meets with and counsels the Firm’s municipal clients on a variety of topics.
Mike was formerly employed with Perry, Hicks, Crotty and Deshaies, LLC, and then the Law Offices of Thomas P. Crotty & Associates, PLLC, where he represented several communities in Southeast Massachusetts. He was a member of the Rochester Zoning Board of Appeals from 2006 through 2013 and sat as the Chairman of the Board of Public Works for the Town of Acushnet from 2002 through 2005. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Massachusetts and his Juris Doctor from Roger Williams University. He has served as a guest lecturer at the University of Massachusetts School of Law regarding zoning, local and state licensing and municipal employment issues.
- B.A., University of New Hampshire (Durham, New Hampshire)
- J.D., Roger Williams University (Providence, Rhone Island)