Therese Quijano, Esq.
- University of New York at Oswego, summa cum laude (1994)
VEGA – National Women’s Honor Society
- Suffolk University Law School, magna cum laude (1998)
- Commonwealth of Massachusetts
- New Hampshire
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Find the Solution.
Therese Quijano has more than 25 years of litigation experience and is widely recognized as a leading expert in multi-family housing including landlord-tenant and community association law, having represented many of the country’s largest commercial and residential landlords as well as several housing authorities. Therese has written extensively and lectured on both the national and local levels on residential and commercial landlord-tenant law, community association law, the Violence Against Women’s Act (VAWA), reasonable accommodation requirements, fair housing issues and evictions. She has assisted property managers in all aspects of their operations including lease drafting, summary process, and civil litigation. Therese also has an extensive background in domestic violence-related work, specifically in relation to housing matters. Therese is an active member of several real estate trade organizations and has served on both the Site Counsel for the Milton Public Schools and as a member of the Milton Zoning Board of Appeals.