Robert J. Hartigan is a passionate young lawyer who aggressively advocates for his clients and gives each case his utmost attention. He makes client communication a top priority in each case, continually keeping clients informed throughout the legal process.
Prior to and during law school, Robert clerked at a personal injury litigation firm located just outside of Boston for five years before joining that firm as a litigation attorney. During his time there, Robert handled various types of personal injury cases involving motor vehicle accidents, premises liability, traumatic brain injuries, PIP benefits, and claims against insurance companies for violations of M.G.L. 93A/176D.
In the fall of 2015, Robert completed a semester-long internship at the Essex County District Attorney’s Office. The internship was part of a Suffolk Law School legal clinic, which focused on OUI prosecution. During this internship, Robert second chaired multiple trials on behalf of the Commonwealth.
In 2018 Robert joined Mazow | McCullough as an associate attorney where his practice will be dedicated to personal injury litigation and trials.
Robert became a lawyer because he wanted to help the people in his community whose lives have been adversely affected by the wrongful actions of others.
Robert grew up in Saugus, Massachusetts, and attended the University of Massachusetts, Lowell, studying philosophy and communications. He played guitar in local bands and completed a music business internship in Nashville, TN, before attending law school.
Bar and Court Admissions
Commonwealth of Massachusetts
United States District Court of Massachusetts
B.A., University of Massachusetts, 2011
J.D., Suffolk University, 2016
Professional and Community Associations
Member, Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys
Member, Massachusetts Bar Association
Member, Essex County Bar Association