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Landlord Voices Heard by Chief Justice Sullivan
March 20 @ 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Monday, March 20th from 5:30pm to 8:30pm
We’re kicking off our new Cambridge meeting series with a unique opportunity for landlords and property managers! The Honorable Tim Sullivan, Chief Justice of the Housing Court, will be presenting on the ins-and-outs of housing court, housing initiatives, and the modernization of the courts. The Chief Justice will also be taking time to answer questions from attendees, so if you’ve been itching to ask a question regarding litigation or housing court, this is your chance!
Timothy F. Sullivan is the new Chief Justice of the Massachusetts Housing Court. As an attorney, he operated a general practice of law, with a focus on land use, estate administration, real estate conveyancing, and landlord-tenant law. He also served as a volunteer conciliator through the Essex County Bar Association, assisting in the resolution of landlord- tenant cases at Lynn District Court. He was appointed to the bench by Governor Mitt Romney in 2004, and initially served as Associate Justice of the Worcester Housing Court. In 2013, he was named First Justice of the Northeast Housing Court by then-Chief Justice Steven Pierce, and served in that capacity until last October, when Trial Court Chief Justice Paula Carey named him to his current position as Housing Court Chief.