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Massachusetts and Rhode Island Construction Law Attorney

Roger N. LeBoeuf
Member
Email: Roger N. LeBoeuf   |   P: (401) 421-1500   |   F: (401) 331-5886
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Areas of Practice

  • Construction law
  • Litigation
  • Arbitration
  • Mediation
  • Public bidding
  • Public contract law
  • Mechanics’ lien law
  • Surety and bond law
  • Business law

Admitted to Practice

  • Rhode Island, 1994
  • Massachusetts, 1995
  • U.S. District Court, District of Rhode Island, 1996
  • U.S. District Court, District of Massachusetts, 1996

Honors and Awards

Education

  • Bryant College, B.S., cum laude, 1991
  • Wake Forest University School of Law, J.D., 1994

Publications

  • “Rhode Island Construction Law: A Practical Guide,” Rhode Island Bar Association, CLE, November 2015
  • “Confirming & Vacating Arbitration Awards,” Rhode Island Bar Association, November 2015
  • “Construction Law In Rhode Island,” Rhode Island Continuing Legal Education, April 2013
  • “A Practical Guide To Construction Law In Rhode Island,” Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, December 2010
  • Co-author, “Construction Lien Law in Rhode Island and Massachusetts,” Lorman Education Services, October 2007
  • Co-author, “Mechanics’ Lien Update,” Rhode Island Bar Association, April 2007
  • Co-author, “Construction Lien Law in Rhode Island,” Lorman Education Services, September 2005
  • Co-author, “Tricks, Traps and Ploys used in Construction Scheduling in Massachusetts,” Lorman Business Center, Inc., April 2005
  • Co-author, “Construction Contracting for Public Entities in Rhode Island,” Lorman Education Services, November 2001
  • Co-author, “Construction Contracting For Public Entities in Rhode Island,” Lorman Business Center, Inc., September 2000
  • Author, “The Rhode Island Public Works Arbitration Act,” Rhode Island Bar Journal, June 1999
  • Co-author, “Proprietary Specifications Massachusetts Public Building and Public Works Construction Projects,” The Rhode Island Writer, The Construction Specifications Institute, May 1995
  • Co-author, “Proprietary Specifications on RI State Construction Projects,” The Rhode Writer, The Construction Specifications Institute, February 1995
  • Author, “The Public Duty Doctrine and The Rhode Island Tort Claims Act,” Rhode Island Bar Journal, February 1995

The Rhode Island Supreme Court licenses all lawyers in the general practice of law. The court does not license or certify any lawyer as an expert or specialist in any particular field of practice.