Craig M. Higgins grew up in central Massachusetts. After high school, he attended Massachusetts Bay Community College where he graduated with high honors and was the commencement speaker at the 50th graduation ceremony. He then studied at the University of Massachusetts Boston where he graduated cum laude with a Political Science, B.A., Craig then went on to attend the Massachusetts School of Law at Andover where he obtained his Juris Doctorate. Among his accomplishments at the Massachusetts School of Law he received a CALI excellence for the future awards in Legal Remedies and Writing and Appellate Advocacy. He was on the Thurgood Marshall Mock Trial Advocacy team, placing #4 overall in the United States and #1 in the Northeast Region. Prior to becoming an attorney he was a Real Estate Agent with LAER Realty Partners, a paralegal with the Law Office of Michael Lennon and also worked with the Law Office of Lampert, Hausler and Rodman, P.C., worked as a Case Specialist for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Estate Recovery Unit and he is a Notary Public. He has won multiple cases for his clients including trials, motions and had multiple cases result in dismissals. His background demonstrates his dedication to results and efficiency which is brought to his clients each day.
Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys
Massachusetts Bar Association
Worcester County Bar Association
Middlesex County Bar Association
Massachusetts Criminal Defense Lawyers Real Estate Bar Association
National Academy of Criminal Defense Attorney's
2021 Super Lawyers Rising Stars Honoree
2021 Nationally Ranked Top 10 Under 40
Attorney Jake Anthony Sambito was born and raised in Massachusetts, is a proud father of one, and raises his family here in the Commonwealth. He earned his undergraduate degree, with honors, from Fitchburg State University, graduating with his B.S., in Communications and Political Science. During college, he had the distinct privilege of being chosen to work for Massachusetts Governor, Deval Patrick, at the Massachusetts State House in Boston. Following college, Attorney Sambito went on to earn his Juris Doctor from The Massachusetts School of Law. While attending law school, Attorney Sambito worked as a law clerk for a well-known and prestigious law firm outside of Boston specializing in wrongful death, elder abuse, and medical malpractice against large and complex corporate entities, gaining valuable experience in complex litigation. Attorney Sambito was part of the nationally acclaimed Thurgood Marshal Mock Trial Competition in 2018, where his team placed second (2nd) in the Regional Finals and fourth (4th) overall in the National Finals out of one-hundred-and-nine (109) teams. Throughout this experience, he gained valuable experience in litigating cases. Attorney Sambito was nominated as a Super Lawyer's Rising star in 2021. Attorney Sambito is of counsel at the Law Office of Craig M. Higgins.
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