Kim Kroha

Attorney (Zoning/Land Use, Corporate, Appeals)
Chapter: Weymouth Area Chapter

I am a civil attorney in Quincy, specifically counseling clients in real estate (zoning, easements, land use), litigation at trial level and appeals, corporate law, and bankruptcy. I am admitted to practice in Massachusetts and Florida.
My real estate practice includes zoning disputes, permitting matters including local hearings and appeals, easements, affordable housing (40B) development, and conservation approvals. I represent clients in Land Court and Superior Court, before the Housing Appeals Committee, and before local boards in the South Shore. I am also a volunteer member of her hometown Braintree Conservation Commission.
I have three years’ experience working at the state appeals courts as a law clerk for the Honorable Geraldine Hines in the Supreme Judicial Court and Appeals Court of Massachusetts. I represent clients on the appellate level, with cases currently pending at the Appeals Court.
During and prior to law school, I was real estate manager for a national real estate development firm specializing in commercial properties with primarily retail tenants. In that capacity, I handled leasing, financing acquisitions, dispositions, and insurance for the company’s 40+ nationwide sites.
At New England Law, Boston, I was the online editor of the New England Law Review. I also was a member of the Environmental Law Moot Court Team. I graduated summa cum laude and as valedictorian of the evening division. During law school, I interned for the Honorable Joan Feeney of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Massachusetts. I hold a B.S. in Finance from Florida Atlantic University, graduating magna cum laude.