Claudia Lagos

  • Position: Partner
  • Areas of Practice:
    • Criminal Defense
    • Title IX Defense
  • Education:
    • Boston College Law School
    • University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
  • Bar Admissions:
    • Massachusetts
    • United States District Courts of Boston
    • First Circuit Court of Appeals

Claudia Lagos is a rising star in Massachusetts criminal defense. She has successfully defended hundreds of clients accused of crimes including, but not limited to, drug transactions, hate crimes, failure to register as a sex offender, sex for fee, operating under the influence, various motor vehicle offenses, larceny, fraud, assault and battery, violations of restraining orders, and embezzlement. Attorney Lagos has consistently delivered the best results for her clients throughout every stage of her representation: from investigations, to clerk’s magistrate hearings, to trials, to probation hearings, to appeals and other post-conviction remedies.

In addition to criminal defense work, Attorney Lagos is a skilled advocate in matters involving allegations of sexual harassment, sexual misconduct and sexual abuse. Whether these issues arise in the workplace, on a college campus triggering Title IX proceedings, or elsewhere, Attorney Lagos has successfully represented both victims and the accused.

Click here for a list of actual cases successfully defended by Attorney Lagos

Prior to joining Scully & Lagos, Attorney Lagos worked at the Committee for Public Counsel Services, where she defended indigent clients accused of crimes in Massachusetts.

Attorney Lagos graduated from Boston College Law School, in Newton, MA, in 2011, during which she worked at the New Hampshire Public Defender and Greater Boston Legal Services, where she specialized in the intersection of immigration and criminal law. At Boston College Law School, Attorney Lagos won the competitive award for Best Oralist due to her excellence in the school’s National Mock Trial Team.

Attorney Lagos graduated from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, with honors in 2008.

She is also fluent in Spanish.

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