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Pamela Lindmark

(617) 964-4417 - Phone

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Pamela Lindmark is a criminal and immigration attorney who focuses on obtaining justice and liberty for her clients. She has been practicing for over 35 years, and has a wide range of experience in many different areas of the law. First and foremost, however, she is an advocate for her clients, be it immigration, criminal, probate or land court. 

Her employment history can be traced back to her early days in the criminal courts of Boston, where she served for several years as an Assistant District Attorney under DA Newman Flanagan. She then moved on to private practice and the defense of criminal litigants, trying cases throughout the Commonwealth. Criminal appellate matters have become one of her specialties, and she continue to argue and win appeals in the Appeals Court, the Board of Immigration Appeals, and before the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court.

Immigration law, and battling for the rights of her non-citizen clients, however, is now another area of specialty in Attorney Lindemark's growing law firm. She appears regularly in the Boston Immigration Court, and before the Board of Immigration Appeals.

As well, Attorney Lindmark practices in probate court, and handles complicated divorce and child custody cases on behalf of her clients.

Bar Admissions:

•Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court

•U.S.District Court, Federal Court

•Commonwealth of Massachusetts, State Courts


•J.D., Suffolk University Law School, Boston, MA

•BA, University of Massachusetts-Amherst

Bar/Professional Association Involvement:

•Massachusetts Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers

•American Immigration Lawyers Association

•American Bar Association

•Womens Bar Association
  • 1330 Centre St.
  • Newton, MA 02459
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