Danielle Justo is a member/shareholder of the firm. Danielle is the Co-Chair of the Commercial Real Estate Practice Group and also practices in the Tax & Estate Planning Group.
She is certified by the National Association of Development Companies to provide expedited Small Business Association 504 Loan closings. She represents lenders, Certified Development Companies, and business owners for SBA 504 Loans and 7(a) Loans. She is a Trustee of Federal Furnace Cranberry Company in Carver, a member of the Ocean Spray cooperative, as well as a certified assessor and a former member of the Board of Assessors for the Town of Stoughton.
Awards & Honors
- Danielle’s team won first place in the Boston College Carroll School of Business’s Business Plan Competition.
- Named a “New England Super Lawyer” by Thomson Reuters Superlawyers, 2021
- Named a “Top Lawyer” by Boston Magazine, 2021
- Named to Boston Real Estate Times’ list of 10 Outstanding Women of 2019
- Represented private investors in a 65-acre multifamily mixed use development, including easement work, land assembly, deregistration of parcels, zoning code amendment, MBTA agreements, railroad right of way work, and a title quagmire.
- Represented Tribe in simultaneous 151-acre reservation land and 171-acre proposed Casino land comprised of seven owners, 12 parcels and registered and unregistered land.
Articles & Talks
- Faculty and Presenter – Easements, Covenants, and Restrictions, MCLE, February 2017
- Boston College, J.D./MBA, 2002
- University of Pennsylvania, B.A., cum laude, 1998
Outside the Office
- Danielle serves as pro bono counsel for Habitat for Humanity of Greater Plymouth, Inc. and is a member of the corporate advisory board. Danielle serves on the Board of Governors for the Stoughton YMCA. She lives in Stoughton with her husband and two children and has appeared on Family Feud.