Josh Fairchild

Attorney, Hackett Feinberg P.C.

Josh Fairchild is an attorney and transit advocate. As an attorney with Hackett Feinberg P.C. in Boston, Josh concentrates his practice on commercial real estate transactions and financing, including leasing and affordable housing development.

Josh co-founded and serves as President of TransitMatters, a nonprofit advocating for a better public transit system for the Greater Boston region. In this role, he hosts a monthly podcast, which is produced by CommonWealth Magazine. TransitMatters advances global best practices and high return initiatives in a way that makes the transportation conversation in Greater Boston more accessible to residents, business leaders and policymakers.

Josh’s legal experience includes real estate, tax, business and nonprofit organizational matters in a variety of settings. Josh has additional professional experience in commercial and residential real estate brokerages, state government, and the energy sector. He is admitted to practice law in Massachusetts and before the United State Tax Court. Josh has visited 46 states and has hit the halfway mark in his life goal to visit every National Park in the U.S. He lives with his wife and children in the West Roxbury neighborhood of Boston.

Josh Fairchild is an attorney and transit advocate. As an attorney with Hackett Feinberg P.C. in Boston, Josh concentrates his practice on commercial real estate transactions and financing, including leasing and affordable housing development.

Josh co-founded and serves as President of TransitMatters, a nonprofit advocating for a better public transit system for the Greater Boston region. In this role, he hosts a monthly podcast, which is produced by CommonWealth Magazine. TransitMatters advances global best practices and high return initiatives in a way that makes the transportation conversation in Greater Boston more accessible to residents, business leaders and policymakers.

Josh’s legal experience includes real estate, tax, business and nonprofit organizational matters in a variety of settings. Josh has additional professional experience in commercial and residential real estate brokerages, state government, and the energy sector. He is admitted to practice law in Massachusetts and before the United State Tax Court. Josh has visited 46 states and has hit the halfway mark in his life goal to visit every National Park in the U.S. He lives with his wife and children in the West Roxbury neighborhood of Boston.

Website
www.bostonbusinesslaw.com
Lectures

12.10.2019 (1:39:46)

Innovations in Transit: 2019