About

Richard M. Juang is a graduate of Northeastern University School of Law (2010) and is licensed to practice in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts (admitted in 2010) and the federal U.S. District of Massachusetts (admitted in 2012). 

Attorney Juang has always worked for individuals who are seeking to make a positive life for themselves and for organizations and business trying to do good in their communities. As Assistant General Counsel of AIDS Action Committee of Massachusetts, Inc., New England's largest HIV services provider, he fought to support the work, management and staff of a multi-million dollar nonprofit agency and represented low-income individuals in civil rights, public benefits, and immigration matters. 

Attorney Juang is active in his community and serves as a Board Member for The Theater Offensive, Boston's ground-breaking theater group for the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community and queer youth. He has worked throughout his career for the equality and dignity of LGBT individuals. He is also a strong supporter of creative writers, artists, and performers and is listed with the Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts attorney referral service.

Richard M. Juang is a graduate of Northeastern University School of Law (2010) and is licensed to practice in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts (admitted in 2010) and the federal U.S. District of Massachusetts (admitted in 2012).  

Attorney Juang has always worked for individuals who are seeking to make a positive life for themselves and for organizations and business trying to do good in their communities. As Assistant General Counsel of AIDS Action Committee of Massachusetts, Inc., New England's largest HIV services provider, he fought to support the work, management and staff of a multi-million dollar nonprofit agency and represented low-income individuals in civil rights, public benefits, and immigration matters. 

Attorney Juang is active in his community and serves as a Board Member for The Theater Offensive, Boston's ground-breaking theater group for the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community and queer youth. He has worked throughout his career for the equality and dignity of LGBT individuals. He is also a strong supporter of creative writers, artists, and performers and is listed with the Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts attorney referral service.