Richard C. Demerle Esq.
- Boston University School of Law (J.D.) Managing editor, Public Interest Law Journal at Boston University School of Law
- Dartmouth College (B.A., English, B.A. Philosophy)
Commonwealth of Massachusetts
- U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts
- State of New Hampshire
U.S. District Court for the District of New Hampshire
- First Circuit Court of Appeals
- Massachusetts Bar Association
- Boston Bar Association
- “Proof of Claim: The Elusive Boundaries of the Attorney as Agent,” Boston Bar Association (Sept. 2007)
- “Policing Companies in the Vicinity of Insolvency,” VCExperts
- “The New Scylla and Charybdis: Student Speech vs. Student Safety after Columbine,” Boston University Public Interest Law Journal (June 2001)
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Richard C. Demerle has been practicing law since 2002 with a focus on mortgage default servicing and landlord-tenant law. Richard represents several national loan servicers on their real property legal issues including defending mortgagees in commercial and consumer litigation, prosecuting post-foreclosure evictions and defending secured claims in the U.S. Bankruptcy Courts.
Prior to graduating from Boston University School of Law, Richard served as a legislative aide to the Massachusetts House Ways & Means Committee where he spearheaded the Haverhill Land Bank campaign dedicated to preserving open space in the City of Haverhill. A graduate of Dartmouth College, Mr. Demerle also worked as a reporter for two of the largest daily newspapers in Massachusetts, The Lowell Sun and The Eagle-Tribune.