"Good attorneys serve as a thought partner to their clients. I start any legal engagement by making an effort to understand a client's specific personal or organizational context and, from there, provide legal options that are tailored to achieving that client's unique goals. Clients are best served when attorneys keep them well-informed and well-educated about the legal landscape in which they operate."
Richard M. Juang brings to Royal a decade of experience working with nonprofits and small businesses on their core operations and transactions. He also provides clients with Massachusetts legislative and public policy advocacy. His clients have ranged from human services organizations to cannabis entrepreneurs to restauranteurs; these clients reflect the breadth of economic activity that makes Massachusetts a vibrant state in which to live and work.
Richard is available to represent clients in transactions, regulatory and nonprofit compliance, and administrative law matters. For clients facing legislative, regulatory, or public policy changes, Richard is also able to help clients navigate the Massachusetts legislative, budgetary, and regulatory landscapes.
Richard also provides consulting on diversity and inclusion policies and practices for organizations. Early in his legal career, Richard represented low-income clients before the Social Security Administration, the Boston Housing Authority, the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination, and the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. Now, Richard provides guidance to organizations seeking to have diversity and inclusion in the workplace and a positive community impact.
Richard received his B.A and M.A. from Stanford University, his Ph.D. from Cornell University, and his J.D. from Northeastern University. Richard is admitted to practice in Massachusetts and in the United States District Court for Massachusetts.