Amanda Cohen, Esq.

Amanda Cohen, Esq.Amanda M. Cohen, Esq. is a recent graduate of Suffolk University Law School where she developed a strong interest in Family Law and Estate Planning.  

Prior to starting with Legal Solutions Law Group, she worked as a law clerk for a civil litigation firm with a focus in medical malpractice defense. Amanda enjoyed helping others while volunteering with the Boston Court Service Center. There, she offered legal information and assistance to pro se litigants regarding their family law and housing law cases.

Amanda graduated from Boston University, College of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences: Sargent College in 2013 with a Bachelor of Science in Health Science.

A native and longtime resident of Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, Amanda enjoys music, cooking, and playing tennis.


Suffolk University Law School, Juris Doctor. 2017
Boston University, College of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences: Sargent College. Bachelor of Science in Health Science. 2013


Commonwealth of Massachusetts


Boston University, College of General Studies – Capstone Project Winner, “Growing Greener Cities: Boston University’s Guide to Becoming a Fully Sustainable University.”

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