Michael J. Cedrone
Associate Professor of Legal Research and Writing
A.B., Harvard; M.A.T., Boston University; J.D., Georgetown
Professor Cedrone returns to Georgetown Law, where he earned his J.D. magna cum laude in 2003. After graduation, he clerked for Judge Edward F. Harrington...Continue Reading
Professor Cedrone returns to Georgetown Law, where he earned his J.D. magna cum laude in 2003. After graduation, he clerked for Judge Edward F. Harrington of the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts and then practiced civil litigation at the Boston firm Peabody & Arnold, where he specialized in defending claims of attorney malpractice. In 2005, he joined Boston University School of Law as an adjunct professor of legal research and writing. He has also served as pro bono counsel to the Massachusetts Board of Bar Examiners for character and fitness hearings and as a grader for the Massachusetts Bar Exam. A magna cum laude graduate of Harvard University, Cedrone taught for five years in Massachusetts public schools and earned an M.A. in teaching from Boston University prior to attending law school. He will be teaching legal research and writing at Georgetown Law.