Modern Boston is a technological and commercial beacon. Like this thriving city, our Boston office takes pride in our entrepreneurial culture and our innovative outlook on legal practice.
Our lawyers are leaders in rapidly evolving industries:
We serve a broad range of regional, US and international clients including privately held companies, publicly traded corporations, major nonprofit and for-profit health care organizations, financial institutions and individuals. We provide clients with premier legal services in corporate transactions, employee benefits, health, intellectual property and disputes.
Many of our practice groups and individual lawyers are recognized by publications such as Chambers USA and The Legal 500 for our consistent, high-quality counsel. As part of a global, full-service law firm, the lawyers of our Boston office are prepared to help clients wherever their business interests take them.
Anthony A. Bongiorno is the partner-in-charge of the Firm's Boston office.
Boston Office Security Procedures
Visitors must present a valid photo ID to security on the first floor. After checking in with security, take the elevator to the 34th floor.
MBTA (by subway)
Via Orange or Blue Line
Take the T to State Street Station. McDermott Will & Emery is in the 28 State Street Building, located in close proximity above the T Stations. Please note that the City Hall Plaza stairs will bring you right outside the building and the Old State House stairs bring you just across the street. 28 State Street is located on the corner of State and Congress, with the main entrance on the State Street side. (Citizens Bank is in the upper and lower level lobby of the building.)
From the North via Zakim-Bunker Hill Bridge
From the South
From the West
From Logan International Airport
Take a right onto State Street. Go straight ahead through a set of lights (State Street becomes Court Street) and bear left at fork at end of Court Street (at next traffic light). You are now on Tremont Street. Take your first left at traffic light, which is School Street. Proceed on School Street and at traffic light take a left onto Washington Street. Continue on until you see a Dunkin’ Donuts on your left. The entrance to the parking garage is immediately after Dunkin’ Donuts (One Washington Street Parking). After parking your car, take a left out of the parking garage and walk down Washington Street to the lights. Cross State Street at the lights and 28 State Street will be in front of you. Entrance to 28 State Street is only permitted on Congress Street in front of the building.