OVERVIEW

Associate Brooke Foster works closely with the firm’s partners in all aspects of commercial real estate and civil litigation. She regularly helps clients review and draft documents for real estate closings and assists with purchase and sale agreements. She also assists with research in various litigation matters.

Before joining the firm, Brooke was a law clerk at a small Boston litigation, business, and real estate law firm. Brooke drafted complaints, interrogatories, discovery requests, and motions for several cases, including unfair and deceptive business practices under Ch.93A, wage disputes, and defaulted loan issues.

Brooke finished in the top three percent of her class in law school, where she served as the Comment and Note Editor for the New England Law Review.

Credentials

Education

  • New England Law, JD, magna cum laude 
  • Florida State University, Bachelor of Science, magna cum laude

Bar Admission

  • Commonwealth of Massachusetts
  • Rhode Island

Clerkships

  • The Cohen Law Group, Boston, MA, June 2021 - June 2022
  • Supreme Judicial Court, Legal Intern for Chief Justice Kimberly S. Budd, Boston, MA, August 2021 - December 2021
  • Administrative Office of the District Court, Legal Intern for Chief Justice Paul C. Dawley, Boston, MA, May 2020 - August 2020

Recognition

  • Sandra Day O’Connor Honors Program and Full Tuition Merit Scholarship Recipient, 2019-2022
  • New England Scholar, Dean’s List, 2019-2021
  • CALI Excellence for the Future Award in Remedies, Fall 2021
  • CALI Excellence for the Future Award in Business Organizations, Fall 2020
  • CALI Excellence for the Future Award in Contracts I and Contracts II, Fall 2019, Spring 2020
  • CALI Excellence for the Future Award in Torts, Fall 2019

Associate Brooke Foster works closely with the firm’s partners in all aspects of commercial real estate and civil litigation. She regularly helps clients review and draft documents for real estate closings and assists with purchase and sale agreements. She also assists with research in various litigation matters.

Before joining the firm, Brooke was a law clerk at a small Boston litigation, business, and real estate law firm. Brooke drafted complaints, interrogatories, discovery requests, and motions for several cases, including unfair and deceptive business practices under Ch.93A, wage disputes, and defaulted loan issues.

Brooke finished in the top three percent of her class in law school, where she served as the Comment and Note Editor for the New England Law Review.

Education

  • New England Law, JD, magna cum laude 
  • Florida State University, Bachelor of Science, magna cum laude

Bar Admission

  • Commonwealth of Massachusetts
  • Rhode Island