Clayton represents clients in a variety of real estate matters, including commercial lending, solar energy, and title issues. Clayton advises lenders, borrowers, developers, landlords, and tenants in a broad range of commercial transactions.

Prior to joining Verrill, Clayton worked at a boutique real estate law firm which specialized in a variety of commercial and residential real estate matters. Clayton is a graduate of Northeastern University, with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting, and Boston College Law School. While in law school, Clayton served in the Civil Litigation Clinic where he represented indigent clients.

Clayton also practices before the Massachusetts Land Court where he has successfully submitted and obtained approval of S-Petitions, Complaints for New Certificates and other complex matters before the Court.

Outside of the office, Clayton is an avid golfer and hockey fan. As an alumni of Northeastern University, Clayton enjoys attending the Huskies games and cheering on his alma mater.



  • Boston College Law School  (J.D.)
  • Northeastern University  (B.S., cum laude)

Bar Admissions

  • Massachusetts
  • Maine


  • Boston Bar Association
  • Real Estate Bar Association
  • Beta Alpha Psi
  • Co-Chair, Title & Conveyancing Subcommittee, Real Estate Section, Boston Bar Association

Firm Highlights


Elections and Constitutional Law: Successfully Challenged Certification of Initiative Petition

In a victory for consumers and the ride-hailing public, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court recently barred the Secretary of State from placing on the November ballot initiative petitions proposed by companies such as Uber...


Corporate Transparency Act regulations will go into effect soon and will affect almost all startup companies

On August 18, the Maine Venture Fund published an article by Verrill Partner Gregory Fryer, “Corporate Transparency Act regulations will go into effect soon and will affect almost all startup companies.” In the article...


Five Recommended Practices for ERISA Retirement Plan Administrative Fiduciaries

Verrill’s Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation Group is often asked about “best practices” for benefit plan administration and whether we can provide any resources to help plan sponsors and fiduciaries improve compliance with the...


Successful Representation of Insurer before U.S. District Court for the District of Maine

Verrill successfully represented an insurer before the U.S. District Court for the District of Maine in an insurance coverage matter alleging that the insurer improperly denied a defense and indemnification to a landlord under...


Gratitude for Anya Endsley


Retiree Medical Coverage: Just Get the COBRA Waiver

The interaction between employer-provided retiree medical coverage and COBRA [1] is complex. Many employers incorrectly assume they do not have to offer COBRA at retirement if they offer a retiree medical plan or a...


Conducting Workplace Investigations

Join Verrill’s Erik Peters and Elizabeth Johnston on Wednesday, October 18, for Conducting Workplace Investigations. When and why should you open an investigation? Who is the best person to conduct it? Should you handle...


Annual Update: The Legal Year in Review

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82 Verrill Attorneys Recognized by Best Lawyers® 2024, Including 10 Named Lawyers of the Year


How AI Can Alter Skill Contests

AI could very well be today’s “Modern Prometheus” in the world of skill contests. Earlier this year, the AI-generated photograph “The Electrician” was a finalist in the World Photograph Organization’s Sony World Photograph Awards...

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