Michael Cronin is a member of the firm's Corporate Department and represents commercial clients in the purchase and sale of commercial properties, leasing, financing, as well as licensing and zoning projects. Michael also has experience working with renewable energy projects, providing guidance on various real estate issues related to solar energy projects. Michael’s practice includes advocacy before zoning and planning boards and representing clients in negotiations for acquisitions, sales, and leases of commercial properties.

While in law school at Suffolk University, Michael gained valuable experience in the Office of the General Counsel for the Division of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance (DCAMM) and a prominent real estate law firm in New York City, where he dealt with landlord/tenant issues with a focus on New York's rent stabilization laws. He clerked with the Honorable Diane R. Rubin at the Massachusetts Land Court. At Suffolk, Michael also obtained a certification in Legal Technology and Innovation, the #1 ranked law school program of its kind in the country.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, Michael was recognized by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court for his involvement with Suffolk's and the Massachusetts' Access to Justice Commission's MassAccess project. The MassAccess project is an ongoing project serving to increase access to legal for Massachusetts' residents by providing resources and guided court form completion through an online portal for pro se litigants whose resources have been diminished due to the pandemic. During the summer of 2020, Michael spent over 100 pro bono hours working with MassAccess to develop these web programs.


  • American Bar Association
  • Massachusetts Bar Association
  • Boston Bar Association
  • Massachusetts Real Estate Bar Association


J.D., Suffolk University, 2021

Bachelor's Degree, Wheaton College, 2016

Bar & Court Admission

  • Massachusetts