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Chris LoConto

Chris LoConto Lawyer

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Criminal, Divorce, Domestic Violence & Neglect, Family Law, Car Accident, Personal Injury; Wrongful Death

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Chris started the firm in 1998 with one goal, to provide excellent representation to all of his clients. Since that time, the firm has grown, expanded and remained committed to that one principle of excellence with each and every TEAM member. Attorney LoConto has been an attorney for over 13 years. He is licensed to practice in the state court as well as the Federal District Court and the United States Court of Appeals. He has appeared and argued before the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court. Chris has extensive trial experience in the District and Superior Courts. Chris manages and directs the firm.

Attorney LoConto graduated from St. John's High School, Shrewsbury, Massachusetts. He then attended Bentley University, Waltham, Massachusetts where he received his undergraduate degrees with honors. He graduated cum laude from Suffolk University Law School, Boston, Massachusetts, where he earned his juris doctorate.

Upon graduation, the Office of the District Attorney for the Middle District employed Chris for five years where he worked as an assistant district attorney. He tried cases and practiced before all of the court in central Massachusetts.

Chris is a member of the Worcester County Bar Association and has taught seminars on the issues of sex offender registration and commitment. He also has been a member of the Massachusetts Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, the American Association for Justice, and the American Bar Association. He is CPCS certified to handle matters in the District and Superior Courts of Massachusetts.

Attorney LoConto is active in the community as well. He served as president of Unico of Worcester, who's motto is Service above Self, where he helped to raise and distribute college scholarships to local high school students and served on committees to many fundraisers where money was distributed to those in need. He helped to establish a new chapter of the Knight of Columbus and was Grand Knight where he raised and distributed money to various local charities.

Sex Crimes
Sex Offender Registration
Narcotics Offenses
Criminal Defense

School Degree Major Graduation
Suffolk University Law School J.D. Law School N/A
Bentley College B.S. N/A N/A N/A
State / Court Date
U.S. District Court District of Massachusetts 1994 N/A
U.S. Court of Appeals 1st Circuit 1996 N/A
Massachusetts 1992 N/A
  • Commonwealth v. Gagnon 1993

Service Type:Private


56 William Street
Worcester, MA 01609


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