Boston College Law School
JD, cum laude, 2016

Editor in Chief, Boston College Law Review

Drexel University
MS, 2013 

Tufts University
BS, cum laude, 2008



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Jennie D. Wilusz


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Jennie Wilusz is a member of the Firm’s litigation department. Ms. Wilusz was a summer associate at Choate in 2015.

During law school, Ms. Wilusz interned for Justice Janis M. Berry of the Massachusetts Appeals Court. She also worked for the Insurance & Financial Services Division of the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office. Ms. Wilusz was a 2014 recipient of the Rappaport Fellowship in Law & Public Policy, awarded to law students interested in shaping public policy within Massachusetts.

Prior to attending law school, Ms. Wilusz worked in the Specialized Clinical & Criminal Justice Unit of the Philadelphia Department of Behavioral Health & Intellectual Disability Services while obtaining her Master’s degree in Psychology. In this role, she designed and implemented public health initiatives aimed at diverting people with behavioral health issues from the criminal justice system.

Ms. Wilusz also worked as a litigation paralegal for several years after graduating from Tufts University in 2008.

Practice Focus

Litigation: representation of leading corporations and financial institutions in complex commercial litigation


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