Edward "Ted" Sisk

Ted joined TKCK in January 2018.  Prior to joining Tentindo, Kendall, Canniff & Keefe, Ted was a Litigation Associate at a well-established North Shore Law firm, focusing primarily on complex commercial and general litigation. During law school, Ted also clerked for other litigation boutiques in Boston, assisting on a wide array of disputes, ranging from real estate matters, to land use and zoning law, to personal injury.

Ted received his law degree from New England Law School in Boston, Massachusetts in 2016 and earned academic distinction as a New England Scholar. His concentration was in litigation and trial practice. Ted also served as a judicial intern at Suffolk Superior Court in Boston for the Hon. Bonnie MacLeod-Mancuso, where he provided material support in connection to numerous civil and criminal trials.

Ted served as the Executive Comment and Note Editor for the New England Journal on Criminal and Civil Confinement, and was also a fellow at the school’s Center for Business Law, where he worked as a student editor and research assistant on a faculty-authored casebook regarding Business Organizations.  Publications include "Technical Difficulties: Protecting Privacy Rights in the Digital Age", 42 New Eng. J. on Crim. & Civ. Confinement 101.

Ted received his Bachelor of Arts degree from University of Massachusetts, Amherst, in 2011.  

Ted is admitted to practice in Massachusetts.


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