Mary Landergan

Mary Landergan joined MAAV’s Board of Directors in 2010. She has more than 35 years as an attorney, having worked in both New York City and Boston. She recently retired as an Associate Teaching Professor and Director of the IP CO-LAB at Northeastern University School of Law, and currently serves as Counsel to Rich May P.C. In her work as a lawyer, she also provided pro bono legal advice to domestic violence victims through a partnership with Middlesex District Attorney’s office.

In addition to her work on MAAV’s Board, Mary also has served on the Associate Board of Directors and has volunteered with the Annual Walk Committee. She previously served as a Melrose Human Rights Commissioner. She was drawn to MAAV because of the prevention and education work that the organization does in the community.

Mary has two daughters, Mary Frances and Betty Anne, who was a member of the Student Action Board for MAAV during her time at Melrose High School.