MassBar Bulletin: Member Updates

Thursday, Jan. 3, 2019

Suffolk County

RonanJan3BulletinMBA member John J. Ronan was recently elected to the partnership at Todd & Weld LLP in Boston.

Ronan concentrates his practice on all aspects of domestic relations law, including divorce, custody, complex financial issues in divorce matters, and prenuptial agreements. He is a frequent lecturer on family law topics, and is a member of the Greater Boston Family Law American Inn of Court.

Prior to joining Todd & Weld, Ronan served as a law clerk for the justices of the Massachusetts Probate and Family Courts serving in Essex, Middlesex and Plymouth counties, as well as the administrative office for the chief justice of the Probate and Family Court.

Ronan earned his law degree from Suffolk University Law School, and his undergraduate degree in economics from Tufts University.


Job opening: Army & Roche LLC, a law firm with offices in Boston and Worcester, has an immediate opening for an attorney to join its team. The ideal candidate will have three to five years of family law/litigation experience and have the flexibility to work out of both the Boston and Worcester office, depending on the client. Send a resume with cover letter to Ms. Lucia A. Strout, office manager, at


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