AFTER HOURS SEPTEMBER 28, 2015 – Hosted by Fletcher Tilton PC, Samantha McDonald

AFTER HOURS SEPTEMBER 28, 2015 – Hosted by Fletcher Tilton PC, Samantha McDonald

With roots in Worcester dating back 190 years, our firm is the 9th oldest in the nation and is one of only five of the top 50 law firms in Massachusetts not located in Boston. Today, Fletcher Tilton PC symbolizes a legal institution that has evolved to carry forward its founding values to today’s contemporary marketplace.


With offices in Worcester, Framingham and Centerville, Fletcher Tilton serves clients throughout Massachusetts and beyond. We pride ourselves on providing forward-thinking, responsive solutions for any size client, from individuals and entrepreneurs to small businesses and large corporations.


We strive to maintain a relationship of trust, confidence and service with every client. At Fletcher Tilton, we believe strongly in educating our clients about things that they should know in order to protect themselves, their assets and their businesses.


Samantha McDonald is an Associate with the firm who concentrates her practice in business and real property law including landlord-tenant, land use and development, and surrounding property issues.


Ms. McDonald is a graduate of Suffolk University Law School, Boston, and earned a B.A., cum laude, from Clark University in environmental studies. She is a member of the Worcester County Bar Association, the Women’s Bar Association and the American Bar Association, including the organization’s Environment, Energy & Resources and the Real Property, Trust & Estates Sections.


Ms. McDonald is an Officer and serves on the Board of Directors at Y.O.U., Inc. in Worcester and is an Officer on the Board of ARTSWorcester. She also serves on the Steering Committee for the Women’s Initiative of the United Way of Central Massachusetts. Ms. McDonald is a member of Wachusett Greenways and White Oak Land Trust (both environmental preservation groups).

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