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Bridgette Kelly


From housing discrimination to domestic violence, Bridgette Kelly has been a staunch advocate for those most in need. Now, she utilizes her extensive experience to help our clients navigate sensitive family law matters.

Bridgette Kelly’s legal career is a testament to her unwavering advocacy. As a litigator for the Boston Housing Authority, she handled summary process cases, particularly those involving discrimination. Her success in these cases, including those brought before the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination and the Boston Fair Housing Commission, is a reflection of her dedication and skill. She also worked as an Assistant District Attorney for Essex County, focusing on prosecuting domestic violence cases. More than any other area of criminal law, domestic violence charges call on attorneys to speak up for the abused and vulnerable.

Bridgette has extensive training in mental health litigation and protection cases from the Committee for Public Counsel, a nonprofit that provides indigent clients with pro bono defense counsel. In her role within the Mental Health Litigation Division, she advocated for the civil rights of individuals subjected to involuntary medical treatment—cases requiring sensitivity and a relentless commitment to the best interest of vulnerable clients.

Bridgette earned her bachelor’s degree at Loyola University in Baltimore, then earned her law degree at Suffolk University Law School. She’s the proud mother of six young children and an active member of the Medway Parent Organization. Most of her free time is happily spent on the sidelines at all kinds of sporting events.