Adrienne handles a wide variety of matters, including residential and commercial real estate transactions, zoning and land use issues, and landlord-tenant law.
Before making the Berkshires her home, Adrienne was a native Texan. She received her J.D. from the University of Houston Law Center, where she served as Senior Articles Editor on the Houston Law Review. Adrienne authored the Case Note, The Supreme Court’s Evolving Fourth Amendment Jurisprudence, 6 HLR3 135 (Oct. 2015) and Comment, Magistrates and Misdemeanors, 54 HLR 209 (Sept. 2016). She has won various awards for her legal publications, including the prestigious Beck Redden LLP Award for Best Comment Addressing Complex Litigation. Adrienne received her undergraduate degree from Boston University in 2011, majoring in history and anthropology and graduating with Latin Honors. She is admitted to practice in Massachusetts and will soon be admitted in New York and Connecticut.
In her legal practice, Adrienne utilizes her creativity, sound judgment, and analytical mind to provide effective legal solutions to a variety of clients in the Berkshires and regionally. Every client is a priority to her. She is available outside of business hours and on weekends to field question and provide advice to her clients.
Adrienne sits on the Board of the Southern Berkshire Chamber of Commerce, where she also serves as Chairperson of the Public Relations and Events Committee. When she’s not in the office, she enjoys spending as much time outdoors as possible. Her personal interests include creative writing, tennis, and animals of all kinds.
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Berkshire Bar Association||N/A||N/A|
|Houston Law Review||Magistrates and Misdemeanors, 54 HLR 209||2016|
|University of Houston Law Center||JD - Juris Doctor||2017|
|Boston University||BA - Bachelor of Arts||2014|
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