Arnold R. Rosenfeld (Senior Counsel)
Arnold R. Rosenfeld is a distinguished Boston lawyer, experienced as both a civil and criminal trial and appellate lawyer, who presently focuses his practice on advising and representing lawyers and law firms on legal ethical matters including bar disciplinary proceedings, as an expert on the Rules of Professional Conduct, and providing general ethical advice with particular emphasis on conflicts of interest and attorney client privilege issues.
Mr. Rosenfeld teaches professional-responsibility-related classes at both Boston University Law School, where he is a Visiting Professor of Law, and at Northeastern University Law School, where he is an Adjunct Professor of Law. He has written extensively on a variety of ethical issues.
Mr. Rosenfeld also has wide-ranging experience representing clients in both state and federal criminal cases and has been selected as one of the Best Lawyers in America and Massachusetts Super Lawyers in that area since 2006. Mr. Rosenfeld also has represented clients in complex civil litigation, in constitutionally based legal claims, and advising professionals in confidential matters. He served as the Chief Bar Counsel in Massachusetts for eight years and was Of Counsel at K&L Gates for twelve years.
He was selected as the Wasserstein Public Service Fellow in Residence at Harvard Law School, is the recipient of the Thomas More Award from Boston College Law School for his distinguished career, and the Thurgood Marshall Award for his services to the indigent from the Massachusetts Committee for Public Counsel Services.
He is a graduate of Bowdoin College and Boston College Law School.