Managing Partner

Jeffrey C. Turk, Esq.

Attorney Turk is widely recognized as a leading expert in landlord-tenant law, representing many of the country’s largest commercial and residential landlords, as well as several housing authorities. He has written extensively and lectured on both the national and local levels on residential and commercial landlord-tenant law, lead paint, mold litigation, reasonable accommodation requirements, bedbug issues, fair housing, residential evictions and property management.

Although his primary focus is landlord-tenant law, Attorney Turk also represents cooperative clients and handles civil litigation cases.

He is an active member of several real estate trade associations, previously serving on their Boards. He is also local counsel to the Greater Boston Real Estate Board and the National Apartment Association.


  • University of Massachusetts,
    Amherst, magna cum laude (1988)
  • Suffolk University Law School,
    cum laude (1992)

Bar Admission

Massachusetts | New Hampshire


  • Massachusetts Bar Association Former Chairman, Property Law Council
  • Community Associations Institute Member, Attorneys Committee
  • National Apartment Association
  • Institute of Real Estate Management “Friend”
  • Greater Boston Real Estate Board


  • “SJC Decision Gives Commercial Tenants New Rights but Allows Landlords to Waive Them” (RealEstatements, Winter, 2002).
  • “A Man’s House is His Castle? Dealing with Second Hand Smoke” (Greater Boston Real Estate Board Newsletter, May, 2007).
  • “Time To Get The Lead Out” (Greater Boston Real Estate Board Newsletter, February, 2010).
  • “Litigating the ‘Cause’ Eviction” (Massachusetts Bar Association, November, 1999)


  • Selected “Friend of the Year” by Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM) – 1999, 2001, 2002, 2004
  • Legal Counsel to National Apartment Association
  • Legal Counsel to Rental Housing Association of the Greater Boston Real Estate Board
  • Legal Counsel to Cambridge Housing Authority
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