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Nutter Elects New Partner in Its Real Estate Department

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Nutter announced that Sarah A. Turano-Flores has been elected partner, effective June 1, 2022.

Sarah A. Turano-Flores is a partner in Nutter’s Real Estate Department and a member of the firm’s Development, Land Use and Permitting practice group. She focuses her practice on land use permitting and real estate litigation, representing private individuals and developers in Greater Boston and on Cape Cod in land development matters, state and local permitting, permitting appeals, and title disputes. Turano-Flores also advises clients on zoning and wetland appeals, easement and title disputes, adverse possession, prescription, beach accretion, trespass, abatement appeals, and related land use litigation.

Turano-Flores is a member of Nutter’s Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Executive Committee, working to set firm-wide expectations for a diverse and inclusive culture. She also participates in the Housing and Homeownership Working Group within the Law Firm Antiracism Alliance, a partnership of nearly 300 private law firms and public interest organizations, coming together with the single purpose of leveraging private law firm resources to amplify the voices of communities and individuals impacted by racism, to better use the law as a vehicle for change that benefits communities of color and to promote racial equity in the law.

Turano-Flores is recognized in The Best Lawyers in America. She earned her J.D. from Western New England University School of Law and her B.A., cum laude, from the University of Connecticut.

About Nutter
Nutter is a Boston-based law firm that provides legal counsel to industry-leading companies, early-stage entrepreneurs, institutions, foundations, and families, across the country and around the world. The firm’s business and finance, intellectual property, litigation, real estate and land use, labor and employment, tax, and trusts and estates practices are national in scope. The firm was co-founded in 1879 by former U.S. Supreme Court Justice Louis D. Brandeis, before his appointment to the Court. For more information, please visit and follow the firm on LinkedIn.

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