JASON B. COHEN is a partner at the firm and has been practicing law for 18 years.  His primary focus is real estate law, handling purchases, sales and closings on behalf of buyers, sellers, and mortgage lenders; representing condominium associations in a variety of matters; and handling real estate litigation. He also consults with and represents clients in estate planning, foreclosures, landlord-tenant cases, and other civil litigation matters.

Jason is a frequent speaker at real estate workshops, with a special focus on issues of concern to first-time home buyers. He has authored articles in the areas of real estate law, condominium law, and landlord-tenant law.

Jason is a graduate of the University of Georgia School of Law and Tufts University.

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SUSAN J. GOLDSTEIN is a partner at the firm and has been practicing law for 20 years. Her primary focus is real estate law. She handles purchases and sales for buyers and sellers, represents clients in condominium conversions, and works with a broad network of real estate brokers and mortgage lenders. She also prepares wills, trusts and other estate planning documents for clients.

In addition, Ms. Goldstein handles civil litigation in state and federal courts, including the representation of clients in personal injury and lead paint poisoning cases. She also has practiced employment, civil rights, discrimination and criminal law, and served as a Commissioner for the City of Somerville Human Rights Commission.  Currently, she is a member of the Board of Trustees for the Prospect Hill Academy Charter School.

Ms. Goldstein is a graduate of Northeastern University Law School and Hamilton College.

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William C. Schramm is a partner at the firm. The focal point of Will’s practice involves a broad range of real estate matters, including representing buyers, sellers, lenders, and developers in the acquisition and sale of residential and commercial real estate. Will also regularly handles condominium development and conversion projects throughout the Greater Boston area.

Will is a 2012 cum laude graduate of Suffolk University Law School, where he served as an editor of the Suffolk Transnational Law Review. He received his undergraduate degree from Franklin & Marshall College.

Will lives in Charlestown with his wife and two sons.

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Cameron David McGinn is an associate at the firm. His primary focus is real estate law, representing buyers, sellers, and lenders in residential real estate transactions throughout the state. Prior to joining Pressman & Kruskal, Cameron worked in foreclosure law and in eviction defense on landlord/tenant matters.

In his spare time, Cameron volunteers with the Massachusetts LGBTQ Bar Association, particularly with their Committee for Transgender Inclusion.

Cameron is a 2014 graduate of Boston University School of Law, where he served on the Boston University International Law Journal. His undergraduate degree is from the George Washington University, where he graduated summa cum laude.

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