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Attorney Michael A. Fenton, a resident of Springfield, concentrates his practice in the areas of business planning, commercial real estate, estate planning and elder law.
Education and Background
Western New England University School of Law, JD, 2012; Publishing Editor, Law Review; Oliver Wendell Holmes Scholar
Western New England University School of Business, MBA, 2011
Providence College, BA in Political Science, cum laude, 2009; Phi Sigma Alpha
Attorney Fenton has extensive experience in law, business, and politics. In 2010 he was elected to the Springfield City Council. In 2014 he became the youngest person in history to be elected as President to the Springfield City Council. Mr. Fenton is extremely active in the Western Massachusetts community and is passionate about serving his clients' needs.
Professional and Community Activities
ROCA, Inc., Advisory Board Member, 2014 – present
Springfield City Council, Councilor, 2010 – present
Mason Wright Foundation, Corporator, 2012 – present
Suit Up Springfield, Inc., a Director, 2015 – 2016
Save Cathedral High School, Inc., Director and Clerk, 2014 – 2016
Springfield City Council, President, 2014 – 2016
Cathedral High School Board of Trustees, Trustee, 2010 – 2013
SS&F is one of only a handful of law firms in Western Massachusetts with an in-depth practice devoted to the representation of elders, as well as individuals with disabling illnesses. Attorneys Ann I. Weber, Carol Cioe Klyman, Michael A. Fenton, David K. Webber and Michele J. Feinstein are frequent lecturers and writers in this field.