Attorney Schultz chose the law as his career in his Junior Year at Clark University after completing a college course in Sociology and Law which had been taught by a professor who was also an attorney. There, Attorney Schultz was first exposed
After being admitted to the Massachusetts bar, Attorney Schultz began his career as an attorney with the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, gaining knowledge about the regulatory and operational aspects of the banking and lending industries. He soon realized, however, that private practice was where he could best use his skills to assist both individuals and business entities successfully navigate their personal or business problems and attain the gratification that could come from doing so.
Thereafter, first as an associate, and then as a named partner in several downtown Boston law firms, Attorney Schultz has maintained an active general practice in Boston’s Financial District and has represented a wide variety of clients, including, individuals, families, small businesses, and many large institutional lending entities, some of which formerly operated in Massachusetts and the New England States, including, ITT Commercial Finance Corp., Bank of New England, NA, First National Bank of Boston, Burlington Bank & Trust Company and the Blue Hill Credit Union.
Throughout his practice, Attorney Schultz has not only appeared before, but actually tried cases in, the Massachusetts state District and Superior Courts, the Land Court, and the Housing Court; and has prosecuted and defended appeals to the Appellate Division of the District Courts, the Massachusetts Appeals Court, and the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court.
As well, Attorney Schultz has practiced and tried cases in the Federal US District Courts, including those in Massachusetts, New York, and Georgia; and also in the Bankruptcy Courts of Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island, where he has prosecuted appeals to the Massachusetts Bankruptcy Appellate Panel, the U.S. District Court of Massachusetts, and the First Circuit Court of Appeals.
During a part of this period, Attorney Schultz was a law partner of Michael C. Gilleran, Esq. who authored “The Law of Chapter 93A, The Massachusetts Consumer and Business Protection Act,” and thereafter, Volume 52 of the Massachusetts Practice Series, “The Law of Chapter 93A.”
Professional Licenses and Associations
Attorney Schultz was admitted
Attorney Schultz is a long-standing member of the Boston Bar Association; and between 2010 and 2012, was invited to serve as a member of its Lawyer’s Referral Service Steering Committee, where he actively participated in efforts to improve and expand the operational scope and efficiency of the Program to better serve the needs of individuals and businesses seeking cost-effective and competent legal services.
Attorney Schultz obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Clark University, Worcester, MA, where he was elected to Psi Chi, the National Psychology Honor Society.
Thereafter, Attorney Schultz obtained his Juris Doctor degree from Boston College Law School where he was honored with an election to the law school’s alternative Law Review publication, The Annual Survey of Massachusetts Law, in which he published two Case Notes.
Attorney Gordon N. Schultz
“Attorney Schultz was an extremely kind and thorough attorney [and] completely satisfied my expectations.”
Helaine D. relative to advice about a consumer credit problem.