Barbara Macy has practiced law in Boston for more than thirty years. She has acted as mediator or represented clients in disputes arising in the contexts of buying and selling real estate, condominium issues, probate, unmarried partner dissolutions, malpractice, cooperatives, title, consumer protection, divorce, zoning, boundary issues, landlord-tenant, employment, and criminal cases, among others. Attorney Macy has served as mediator for REBA’s pro bono residential foreclosure mediation program in the United States Bankruptcy Court since the inception of that program, with an exceptional record of settlements.
In addition to her private general law and mediation practice, and her work with REBA's foreclosure mediation program in the Bankruptcy Court, Ms. Macy is a member of REBA’s Condominium Law and Practice Section, participates in the Lawyer for the Day program at the Suffolk Probate and Family Court, and has acted as a conciliator for civil cases in the Boston Municipal Court. She has also served as a member of the Massachusetts Bar Foundation’s Society of Fellows since 1994, reviewing IOLTA funding requests.
Ms. Macy received mediation training at the Community Dispute Settlement Center and is admitted to practice law in Massachusetts, the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts and the United States Supreme Court. She is a graduate of Boston University (cum laude, 1980) and Northeastern University School of Law (1984).