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John R. Maciolek was born in Boston, MA and grew up in Medway, MA. He earned his degrees at Boston College and Boston College Law School. Attorney Maciolek graduated with Honors from Boston College in 1986 and graduated from Boston College Law School in 1990. After Law School, John was an Associate at Berg and Laipson in Worcester, MA where he gained experience in land use and land damage litigation. He appeared before numerous administrative agencies, local boards, and Courts throughout the Commonwealth, until eventually branching out to start his own Law Offices in 2006.

Legal Experience 

As a solo practitioner specializing in land damage and land use litigation, Attorney Maciolek has appeared throughout the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in virtually every Court including Superior Court, Land Court, Probate Court, many District Courts, the Appeals Court and before the Supreme Judicial Court for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. He has represented clients before the Courts of the Commonwealth in a variety of matters including property damage and eminent domain takings. Attorney Maciolek has tried over 100 cases in Superior Court, and obtained jury verdicts in excess of $1 Million on numerous occasions.


Personal Life

Attorney Maciolek is married and lives with his wife in the Greater Boston area and has three grown daughters. John enjoys his time hiking, kayaking, gardening, skiing, and spending time with family and friends. He also likes exploring new places, and has traveled throughout the United States and Europe.

Current Practices

Attorney Maciolek continues to maintain a busy law practice and provides personalized counsel to all of his clients. He travels throughout the Commonwealth responding to businesses and individuals who require legal assistance in their efforts to be compensated fairly. Attorney Maciolek is always willing to meet with clients at the location of their choice, often at the property that has been taken or damaged, or at one of his two office locations.

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