Mr. Ferraro has been in private practice since graduating from law school in 1994, working as a solo practitioner prior to forming Ferraro & Boulé in 2006. A native of Waltham, Massachusetts and a graduate of Arlington Catholic High School, Mr. Ferraro received his Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from Merrimack College, and his Law Degree from New England School of Law in Boston, Massachusetts. He was admitted to practice law in Massachusetts in 1994, and is also a licensed real estate broker and Notary Public.
Mr. Ferraro has been extensively involved in his community and with local charitable organizations. He served as Chairman of the Human Rights Committee of the Greater Waltham Association for Retarded Citizens, a school council member for the Northeast Elementary School, and a coach for Waltham Youth Hockey and Warrendale Little League. He was also an assistant hockey coach at Waltham High School and the head hockey coach at Newton North High School.
Mr. Ferraro organized several community events raising money for various local charities, including the Greater Waltham Association for Retarded Citizens, the Salvation Army, Toys for Tots, Cancer Research and Local Troops Overseas.
Over the past twenty plus years, Mr. Ferraro has represented many individuals and small business in the Newton/Waltham area. He primarily handles small business collections cases, landlord/tenant disputes, and District Court criminal defense matters. While Mr. Ferraro is an aggressive advocate for all of his clients, he prides himself on helping clients resolve disputes and solve problems in a professional, efficient and ethical manner.
A client recently stated of Jay: “He is one of the most understanding and caring lawyers that we have met and is true to his word when he tells you he will respond to all calls and e-mails promptly. If you are looking for an attorney who is honest, hard working and who will dedicate himself to your case, then we would highly recommend that you contact Attorney Ferraro.”
Jay and his wife Pam reside in Waltham with their two children, J.P. and Abby.