Andrew Aloisi


Andrew Aloisi is a graduate of Boston College School of Arts and Sciences and Boston University School of Law. He has been actively engaged in the full-time practice of law since 1965. He has represented clients and argued cases in all levels of the Massachusetts Judicial Court system and he serves as general counsel to several businesses and corporations. He concentrates his practice on civil litigation, estate planning and corporate law. He has been a guest lecturer at Boston College and Bunker Hill Community College and serves as a volunteer judge at the Boston College Law School Mock Trials and Moot Court. He is the author of Massachusetts Chiropractic Law and is a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association, the American Trial Lawyers Association, the Massachusetts Trial Lawyers Association and the Justinian Law Society. He won a precedent-setting case in the Supreme Judicial Court which held that a lawyer who successfully defends a policyholder from an insurance company's attempt to avoid its duty to defend the policyholder is entitled to collect a legal fee directly from the insurance company. He also won a case before a Superior Court Jury in Newburyport which awarded a doctor over one million dollars for an injury to his hand from a dog bite. Most recently he represented a woman pedestrian who was struck by a motor vehicle and lost her sense of smell due to a traumatic brain injury. The case was argued before a three judge panel that awarded the woman One Million Seven Hundred Thousand Dollars, including interest.

Peter Aloisi


Peter Aloisi is a graduate of Boston College (BS Degree in Marketing, 1969) and Suffolk University Law School (J.D. Degree, 1972). He was employed from 1970 to 1971 with the North Suffolk Legal Assistance Association, Chelsea, Massachusetts as a Student Lawyer engaged in representing indigent clients in Probate Courts throughout the Commonwealth. In 1971, he was a Founder and Director of Beverly Legal Aid which consisted of third year Suffolk University Law students who volunteered their time to represent indigent clients in Beverly, Salem, Peabody and Danvers in Probate and Landlord Tenant proceedings. Suffolk University Law School later incorporated this venture into its Legal Assistance Bureau. From 1972 to 1973, he was an attorney with the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination. He has been a partner in the Law Firm of Aloisi & Aloisi LLC since 1973. He has served as Guardian ad Litem since 1973 receiving appointments from Judge Yasi, Warner, Fitzpatrick, Muse, Nesi and Gould. He also received appointments from former Chief Justice Podolski and Judge Keville. He participated in the first annual Guardian ad Litem Roundtable at Boston College Law School and has been Partner in charge of the Lynnfield Office since 1978.