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J. Elliott Koch Esq. - Boston, MA

By Appointment Only Boston, MA 02130

Updated: 06/28/2022

Boston Landlord/Tenant Lawyer


J. Elliott Koch, Esq. is a Senior Associate Attorney with Driscoll & Driscoll, P.C...

J. Elliott Koch, Esq. is a Senior Associate Attorney with Driscoll & Driscoll, P.C. Attorney Koch has focused his practice of law on matters pertaining to landord/tenant law, lease review, lease enforcement and evictions, reasonable accomodation, fair housing/discrimination, interpretation and application of Code of Massachusetts Regulations, rent recertification, rent calculation (Determination of Household Income), State Sanitary Code enforcement, administrative policy drafting, intergovernmental agency memoranda of understanding, transfers, Tenant Selcetion, resident and social services, Pets/Assistance Animals, grievances, Local Tenant Organizations, Public Records requests, Language Access Plans, and Confidentiality.

Prior to his employment with Driscoll & Driscoll, P.C. Attorney Koch was an Associate Attorney with the Wynn Law Group (Charlestown, Mass.) where he practiced construction law, representing contractors, insurance companies, and government agencies. Attorney Koch has also been a lecturer and panelist for MassNAHRO, providing training to housing authority executive directors, staff, commissioners, and residents.

Attorney Koch is licensed to practice law in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

About J. Elliott Koch Esq.

Current Employment Position(s)

  • Senior Associate Attorney

Practice Areas

  • Landlord/Tenant
  • Management Consulting & Training
  • Collections
  • Governance Issues
  • Open Meeting Law
  • Discrimination Defense
  • Public Housing
  • Section 8


Bar Admissions

  • Massachusetts

Past Positions

  • Wynn Law Group, Associate
  • Greater Boston Legal Services, Intern


  • New England School of Law, Boston, Massachusetts, 2012
  • Tulane University, 2007
    B.A., Bachelor of Arts
    Major: Philosophy


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By Appointment Only Boston, MA 02130

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