Anthony J. Low, Esq., Partner

Practice Areas of Concentration

  • Highly-charged domestic relations litigation
  • Appellate litigation
  • State and federal civil litigation.

Education and Experience

Anthony J. Low, Esq. earned his Juris Doctorate degree from the Massachusetts School of Law and his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Saint Anselm College.

Since earning his J.D., Anthony has served as counsel for small and mid-sized businesses, providing legal compliance and regulatory framework, as well as representing private and business clients in state and federal courts.

Prior to joining SLG, Anthony practiced commercial litigation at a national law firm, where his efforts concentrated in structuring amicable resolutions for contested litigation matters.

Bar Admissions

Anthony is admitted to practice before the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts, the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts, the U.S Court of Appeals for the First and Second Circuits, the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern Division of Massachusetts, and the United States Tax Court.

Professional Engagement

Anthony is a member of several professional and civic organizations, including the Boston Bar Association, Massachusetts Bar Association, the Anselmian Alumni Professional Advisors Network, The Trusts & Estates Consortium, the Charles River Esplanade Association, and the Boston Estate Planning Council.

Speaking Engagements

Anthony has lectured to multiple audiences, on topics which pertain to estate planning and multi-generational giving. Most recently, Anthony led a discussion entitled “Estate Planning and The Revocable Living Trust: An Insightful Examination of The Role of a Revocable Living Trust in The Estate Plan, and its’ Relevance to Estate, Gift, and Generation Skipping Taxes.” In addition to speaking engagements, Anthony has also written extensively on estate planning infrastructure including “In the Shadows: The Unspoken Pit-Falls Associated with Testamentary Wills”, “The Paradox of Educational Lending: Liberal Arts and Its’ Relation to the Middle Class, et al.” and “Lucidity: Unequivocal Disobedience and The Effects of Deceit.”

Personal Life

While not practicing law, Anthony enjoys traveling with his wife, studying British history, music, and culture, and competing in marathons and Ironman-distance triathlons.

Anthony also enjoys volunteering. His volunteer work includes high-school level teaching at Saint Benedict’s Preparatory School in Newark, New Jersey, as well as teaching the fundamentals of employment law through the Boston Bar Association’s “Law Day In The Schools”, at West Roxbury Academy in West Roxbury, Massachusetts.