Sandra Matrone Mack, Esq.
Founder & Principal
For over three decades, Sandra Matrone Mack has provided clients with expert counsel and highly effective representation across numerous practice areas including Corporate and Business Law, Public Finance, Commercial Real Estate, and Banking & Finance. Her comprehensive and highly personal approach continues to benefit companies and entities across a wide range of genres such as real estate holding and leasing companies, financial institutions, professional services providers, manufacturers, medical practices, food distribution and nonprofit organizations.
As a woman owned firm, Mack Law Associates is currently certified as a woman owned business in the U.S. Federal Government System for Award Management and eligible for contracts, assistance and awards as a result of its woman owned business certification.
A respected resource and author in the trade and financial press, Sandra has participated in broadcast news shows and live seminars/symposiums as a featured guest or roundtable expert. One of the few RI attorneys listed as recognized bond counsel in the national Red Book directory, she also has achieved special recognition from the Martindale Peer Review and the Best Lawyers in America listing by Woodward/White Inc.
On the personal side, Sandra has a passion for meaningful charitable and pro bono work. Appointed to the RI Student Loan Authority by Governor Gina Raimondo, she is an initial founding director and current board member for Fisher House Boston: a home away from home for military families at the VA Healthcare Medical Facility in Roxbury, MA. Sandra also served as a director for the Mount Hope Trust in Bristol, and volunteered for Sustainable Harvest International in Honduras in 2007.
A magna cum laude graduate of Georgetown University, Sandra earned her BSFS degree in 1982, subsequently earning a Juris Doctorate at the Georgetown University Law Center in 1986 after a year of volunteer work in Chontales, Nicaragua. Admitted to the Rhode Island Bar Association in 1986, she was admitted to the United States District Court, District of Rhode Island, in the following year.