Pietro Conte draws on his experience as a judicial law clerk as he represents businesses and individuals in a variety of disputes and investigations, both civil and criminal in nature.
Pietro is an associate focusing on both complex civil litigation and criminal defense. Prior to joining Donnelly, Conroy & Gelhaar, Pietro served as a judicial law clerk for Associate Justice Elspeth B. Cypher of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court. Pietro also served two terms as a judicial law clerk for Associate Justice William J. Meade of the Massachusetts Appeals Court.
Pietro is a proud alum of New England Law | Boston, where he graduated as valedictorian of the class of 2020. During law school, Pietro was a member of the law review, and his case comment, Massachusetts Workers Left in the Dark After the SJC’s Recent Decision in Camargo’s Case, was published in Volume 54 of the New England Law Review. Prior to law school, Pietro graduated from Boston College with a Bachelor of Arts in both Economics and Political Science. He is originally from Cranston, Rhode Island.