Brian C. Beaulieu
Brian C. Beaulieu is an associate (pending admission to the Massachusetts Bar) in Nutter’s Real Estate Department.
Previously, Brian was a law clerk at a boutique law firm in Boston, where he worked on various issues, including administrative agencies, bankruptcy law, contract modification, employment discrimination, product liability, and tort litigation. Prior to that, Brian served as a paralegal at two Boston law firms, where he managed more than 150 active SSDI and SSI advocacy claims in multiple state jurisdictions and played a key role in supporting complex civil defense litigation in various state and federal jurisdictions.
During law school, Brian served as a comment editor on the Suffolk University Law Review and was a member of the Business Law Association, the International Law Society, and the Phi Delta Phi International Legal Honor Society. He received the Trustee Academic Scholarship and earned a Jurisprudence Award, a recognition given to the student with the highest grade in a class, in his Corporations class. Brian also was awarded Best Brief in Legal Practice Skills, a recognition given in Suffolk’s first year legal research and writing class.
Education & Admissions
Suffolk University Law School, J.D., cum laude
Boston College, B.A.
- Massachusetts (pending)