Lauren Scanlon Joins Rubin and Rudman’s Trusts and Estates and Probate Litigation Departments

March 4, 2024

Boston, MA (March 4, 2024) – Boston-based, full-service law firm Rubin and Rudman is pleased to welcome Lauren Scanlon as an Associate in the Trusts and Estates and Probate Litigation departments.

Lauren Scanlon focuses her practice on probate litigation, guardianships and conservatorships (contested and uncontested), will contests, trust disputes, breaches of fiduciary duty, and aspects of trust and estate administration. She represents and assists both individuals and families in these various areas of practice through skilled writing, research, and oral advocacy. Lauren adopts a resolution-focused approach, emphasizing the importance of maintaining family bonds amid difficult situations.

Prior to joining Rubin and Rudman, Scanlon was an associate at a boutique divorce and family law firm in Newton, MA, where she focused on divorce, paternity, child custody, child support, alimony, and asset division.

“We are thrilled Lauren has joined our talented and expanding team of probate litigators,” said Marlee S. Cowan, Partner of the firm’s Trusts and Estates and Litigation Departments. “Lauren’s previous experience in the Probate Court is a huge value-add to our practice and clients as we strive always to help our clients navigate the legal system while balancing our zealous advocacy and the preservation of family relations,” continued Cowan.

“I am very excited to join Rubin and Rudman and to work alongside the talented attorneys and professionals in the Trusts and Estates and Litigation practices,” said Scanlon. “With many dedicated and experienced attorneys, I am eager to collaborate with and learn from my new colleagues to provide exceptional service to our clients,” added Scanlon.

Lauren earned her J.D. from New England Law in 2020 and obtained a B.A. in Psychology and Criminology from Stonehill College in 2017. Throughout her law school tenure, she actively participated in the Family Law Society and the New England Law Mentorship Program. Seeking hands-on-experience, she completed internships at MetroWest Legal Services in the Family Law Unit, served as a representative for indigent clients in the New England Law | Boston Clinical Law Office under SJC 3:03 Student Attorney Certification, and served as an Honors Judicial Intern at the Middlesex Probate and Family Court. Lauren also worked as a law clerk for a family law and probate law practice in the suburbs of Boston.