Matthew V. Sirigu


Phone: 617.997.6918
Practice Areas: Litigation, Contracting and Procurement, Labor and Employment, General Municipal

Attorney Sirigu assists the firm’s clients in all facets of municipal law and civil litigation, with particular focus on public construction, contracting, and procurement and labor and employment matters. Attorney Sirigu also regularly advises clients on municipal finance, Federal regulatory compliance, and local public health regulations and enforcement. Before joining the firm, he served as a law clerk for the Massachusetts Appeals Court, where he worked on a broad range of matters relating to local land use regulations, variances and permitting, public employee pensions and benefits, and wrongful terminations. Attorney Sirigu graduated magna cum laude from Suffolk University Law School, where he was the Executive Editor of the Suffolk University Law Review. During law school, he interned with the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office’s Government Bureau, the Massachusetts Office of Senate Counsel, and the City of Somerville Law Department.

Prior Experience
Massachusetts Appeals Court, Boston, MA
Law Clerk (2018-2019) Provided research and analytical support to the justices of the Appeals Court. Drafted bench memorandums and opinions under the direction of Justices Joseph Trainor and Kathryn Hand.

Honors & Awards

  • Suffolk University Law School’s Leo J. Wyman Award for Civic Engagement (2018)

Memberships & Affiliations

  • Massachusetts Bar Association

Bar & Court Admissions

  • Massachusetts Bar

Suffolk University Law School, Boston, MA
Juris Doctor, 2018

Western New England University, Springfield, MA
Bachelor of Arts, English, 2011


Author, Relatedness Requirement in Flux: Why Uncertainty Surrounds Massachusetts Ballot Questions and Their Corporate Sponsors, 51 Suffolk U. L. Rev. 159 (2018).