Living the Mission

Since forming in 2007, the mission of Schofield Campbell & Connolly, LLC always included public service and civic engagement because we believe that as attorneys we have a special obligation to give back to our community.  Our partners and associates stayed actively engaged in their communities and our firm performed substantial pro bono work.  It is because of this core belief that we are so proud to announce that Governor Deval Patrick has appointed Cathi Campbell to serve as a Judge on the District Court and that John Connolly has decided to leave the firm to dedicate himself entirely to his service as a Boston City Councillor.  Cathi and John have helped many clients over the years and we will miss them, but we know that they will continue to help people in their roles as public servants.  We wish them luck.

 

Cathleen Campbell Sworn-In as District Court Judge

On September 28, 2012, in the office of Lieutenant Governor Tim Murray, Cathleen Campbell was sworn-in as an Associate Justice of the Cambridge District Court.  She was nominated for the position by Governor Deval Patrick on August 7, 2012 and was confirmed by the Governor’s Council on August 29, 2012.  At the time of her nomination, Cathi had been a partner at the Boston law firm of Schofield Campbell & Connolly, LLC, where she specialized in criminal law and civil litigation.  Prior to joining SCC, she was a sole practitioner in for seven years, an Essex County Assistant District Attorney for three years and an Assistant General Counsel withthe Suffolk County Sheriff’s Department for four years.

 

 

Boston Condo Market Off to a Great Start in 2012

The Boston Business Journal reports that the Boston condo market had a strong start in the early months of 2012.  http://www.bizjournals.com/boston/print-edition/2012/07/06/hub-condo-market-off-to-strong-start.html

New Developments in Southie

The Boston Business Journal recently featured an article spotlighting the progress of several smaller developments in Southie that may get less press than more major projects, but are still having a strong impact on the area as they near completion.

Additionally, the BBJ reports that Massachusetts single-family home and condominium sales “surged” in August of this year, indicating an increasingly stronger housing market in the state.