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About Irene H. Bagdoian

Irene H. Bagdoian has had 20 years of experience as a trial lawyer representing companies, individuals, and non-profit organizations. Appearing in courts throughout Massachusetts, her cases include contract and business claims, employment issues, consumer protection claims, and a variety of housing related matters. She most recently has represented home owners and tenants in foreclosure related matters.

Attorney Bagdoian has made a commitment to provide substantial pro bono services for the benefit of those in society who need quality legal services, but cannot afford to pay. She regularly accepts cases referred through the New Center of Legal Advocacy, Greater Boston Legal Services, and other non-profit organizations. She is currently involved in establishing the Lawyer for the Day Program in collaboration with The Plymouth Bar Advocates for the Southeastern Housing Court.

Past Work Experience

During her career, she has been associated with the Boston firm of Choate, Hall & Stewart, the Danvers firm of Ardiff & Morse, the Massachusetts Attorney General‚Äôs office, South Coastal Counties Legal Services in Brockton and most recently, Richardson and Tyler, LLP of Boston and Stoughton. She previously ran a successful private practice in Middleton for many years. Over the course of this career, she has practiced actively in Massachusetts’s courts and agencies (state and federal), including:

    Massachusetts Superior and District Courts
    Massachusetts Land Court
    U.S. District Court
    U.S. Bankruptcy Court
    Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination
    Southeastern Housing Court
    Northeastern Housing Court

Education and Life Experience

Irene graduated from Wheaton College (B.A., Magna Cum Laude) in 1982, and Boston University School of Law in 1989. Irene has been a member of the Steering Committee for the Brockton Tenancy Preservation Project and the Greater Attleboro-Taunton Homelessness Coalition, and a board member of both the Orpheum Regional Performing Arts Center in Foxboro and the Walpole Footlighters. Married to Paul Sangree, she enjoys traveling, singing, directing a gospel choir, and spending time with her daughter, Anna.