Susan Howards, a former college professor, was admitted to the Massachusetts Bar in 1989.
I’ve been an attorney in Brookline since 1998.
What inspired you to open your practice in Brookline?
I’ve lived in Brookline almost all my life and love it. I wanted to serve and be part of the Brookline community. I also wanted to walk to work.
What do you enjoy most about working in Brookline?
I most enjoy the people and sense of community.
What is your favorite part of your practice?
I am a criminal defense attorney with a focus on Domestic Violence. There is terrific support in the fight against domestic violence in Brookline. – I am a member of the Domestic Violence Roundtable, co-chair of the Jennifer A. Lynch Committee Against Domestic Violence, and a member of the Brookline Rotary Club.
What’s one thing that you would like everyone to know about your practice?
My office represents clients nationwide.
What activities do you enjoy when you’re not working?
I enjoy yoga, theater, knitting, Pilates, and vigorous walking.