Amanda Zuretti, Associate

Attorney Zuretti specializes in municipal real estate and procurement law. Prior  to joining the P&A, she was Title Counsel for Connecticut Attorney’s Title Insurance Company (“CATIC”) in CATIC’s Eastern Massachusetts office.  A graduate of Bates College and the Northeastern University School of Law, Ms. Zuretti is a member of the Real Estate Bar Association and a past Co-Chair of the Boston Bar Association’s Title and Conveyancing Committee.

After participating in the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, COVERTS forest stewardship program in 2012, Ms. Zuretti collaborated with Prof. Paul Catanzaro, Massachusetts Audubon Society Senior Land Protection Specialist Charles Wyman and Attorneys Deborah Eliason and Paul Alpert to present “Land Preservation & Subdivision Law for Conveyancers & Estate Planners” for the Massachusetts Bar Association and MCLE in 2013. She worked with Attorneys Matthew Thomas, James Cotter, Stuart Schrier and Assistant Attorney General Greg Dekermenjian to update and present “Handling Abandoned Property-Nuisance Law and Receiverships under G.L.c. 111, §127I” in 2013, and taught Massachusetts “Foreclosure Update” together with a review and analysis of the legislative changes and critical cases that inform current foreclosure practice in Massachusetts from 2010 to 2013.

Most recently, she served as a panel member for MCLE’s “Practicing with Professionalism,” a one-day program for newly admitted lawyers who must complete this course to comply with SJC Rule 3:16. Her most recent publication, was published in March of 2013 a summary of Tallage Adams, LLC, et. als, Massachusetts Land Court Case. No. 10 TL 141227 discussing the assignment of municipal tax receivables to third parties, which was published in the Massachusetts Bar Association’s Lawyers Journal in March, 2013.

Her contributions to the Dominican Sisters of Peace’s Religious Lands Conservation Project, combined with her experience with non-profit organizations, brought her to the attention of Red Tomato, in Plainville, Massachusetts, whose mission is to connect farmers with consumers through good, regionally-grown produce. Her term as a member of the Board of Directors begins in January 2015.

An avid cyclist, runner and archer, Ms. Zuretti has resided in Metrowest for the past 12 years.

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