Lucas Law Group Welcomes North Reading Native Chrisos

Alexa A. Chrisos
Alexa A. Chrisos

MELROSE – Alexa A. Chrisos, a native of North Reading, has joined Lucas Law Group, LLC as an associate where she will handle complex litigation, probate law, estate planning, business and real estate matters. The Lucas Law Group opened in Melrose last fall as a next-generation law firm that combines personalized service and time-saving technology to help clients achieve both their legal objectives and personal goals.

“With her legal experience, strong work ethic and compassion for clients, Alexa is a great addition at Lucas Law Group. Alexa understands that our firm is about more than achieving legal objectives, it’s also about helping our clients reach their personal goals,” said David R. Lucas, Esq., founder of Lucas Law Group, LLC, online at LucasLawGroupLLC.com.

With experience in both civil and criminal matters and admitted to practice in Massachusetts, Chrisos was previously an associate with Graves Law Group LLC.  Chrisos earned her bachelor’s degree from Saint Michael’s College in Colchester, Vermont, and her law degree from Suffolk University Law School in Boston. While in law school, she served as a student prosecutor at in the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office and as an intern in the Middlesex County District Attorney’s Office.

An avid long-distance runner, Chrisos also spends her free time volunteering with the Volunteer Lawyers Project of the Boston Bar Association, which provides pro bono legal services to low-income residents of Greater Boston.  She is also the Attorney Coach for Lynn English High School’s Mock Trial Team and occasionally serves as a judge at trial competitions.

“I’m very pleased to join Lucas Law Group as is expands its presence on the North Shore. I became a lawyer in order to help people, and this firm’s commitment to the law, its clients and the community is exactly where I want to be,” said Chrisos.

For more information on the Lucas Law Group LLC, visit www.LucasLawGroupLLC.com or call (781) 665-2200.


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