Mary puts her experience to work serving clients throughout all stages of litigation, from drafting initial pleadings through assembling appellate briefs.

Mary works with Verrill’s team of senior litigators to conduct complicated legal research and engineer creative solutions to legal problems.

During law school, Mary served as a judicial intern in the chambers of the Honorable Allison D. Burroughs of the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts. She also pursued an internship in the Trial Division of the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office, and worked as a summer associate at Verill before joining the firm full time.

Prior to attending law school, Mary studied international social movements and human rights in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and authored an undergraduate thesis at the University of Vermont’s Honors College. Between college and law school, Mary worked as a legal analyst in Fenwick & West, LLP’s patent practice, where she honed a familiarity with intellectual property and an appreciation for innovation.

When Mary’s not in the office, she can be found hiking, baking, or putting her Spanish fluency to use traveling with family and friends.

*Mary's admission to the Massachusetts Bar is currently pending.



  • Northeastern University School of Law  (J.D.)
    • Senior Editor, Northeastern University Law Review
  • University of Vermont  (B.A., cum laude)
    • Phi Beta Kappa Society
    • Global Studies Community Activism & Engagement Award
    • Sigma Delta Pi Spanish Honors Society
    • Honors College

Public Service

  • Communications Intern, The Huertas Project
  • Intern, Justice Bridge Legal Center

Bar Admissions

  • Massachusetts

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