Welcome Sean Clough who recently joined BRCSM as part of the attorney team in the Providence office.
Sean comes to BRCSM from the Rhode Island Supreme Court’s Trial Court Law Clerk Department where he worked as a law clerk researching and analyzing legal issues such as negligence, premise liability, contract law, housing and employment discrimination, foreclosures, and book accounts for Superior Court Judges.
His previous experience includes an externship with Rhode Island Supreme Court Justice Francis Flaherty, where he researched and analyzed legal issues such as collateral estoppel, Fourth Amendment rights, and the limits of agent authority.
Sean graduated cum laude from Roger Williams University School of Law in 2018 and has been admitted to the bar in both Rhode Island and Massachusetts. He earned a bachelor’s degree in political science and economics from Rhode Island College in 2011. He also received a paralegal certificate from Roger Williams University School of Law in 2014 and worked as a paralegal before entering law school.
Additionally, Sean was a member of the Smithfield School Committee for six years. During that time, he led the Smithfield School Committee as the youngest Chairperson ever selected for that leadership position. In that capacity he guided the town’s education, assessment and budgetary policies as part of a five-person board.
Active in the Rhode Island Bar Association and his community, Sean serves on the Government Lawyers and Superior Court Bench/Bar Committees and is a member of the Rhode Island Bar Journal Editorial Board. He is also a supporter and volunteer with Rhode Island Special Olympics.
Reach out to Sean at sclough@BRCSM.com