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We want you to be successful. From human resources to technology, our staff support network is with you every step of the way. All new hires receive:

  • A full week of in-house training on a variety of topics 
  • Additional in-house technology classes upon request 
  • The latest computer technology to assist you in our fast-paced environment.

Benefits Suite

Employee benefits are an important part of your total compensation at Goulston & Storrs. The firm provides a wide range of support for our staff including:

  • Health, Dental and Vision Insurance
  • Pension and Profit-Sharing Plans 
  • Short and Long-Term Disability Insurance 
  • Life Insurance 
  • Paid Time Off 
  • Qualified Transportation Program 
  • Medical and Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account 
  • Generous Holiday Schedule 
  • Emergency Back-Up Daycare 
  • Employee Referral Bonus 
  • Paid Parental Leave 
  • Business Casual

Other Benefits Include:

  • Family Fun Days
  • On-Site Wellness Events
  • Monthly Firm-Wide Socials
  • Fitness Discounts
  • On-Site Dry Cleaning Pick-up/Drop-off
  • Great In-House Dining

Location, Location, Location

Working for Goulston & Storrs is an extraordinary experience. Our locations offer some of the best working environments to be found. Visit our virtual tours to see the space first hand.


Our Boston office is located in a spectacular converted warehouse with wooden beam ceilings, brick walls and beautiful ocean views. Enjoy your lunch on the firm’s private deck overlooking the harbor or take a walk along the waterfront. We are close to famous attractions such as Faneuil Hall, the North End and the Boston Aquarium and just a short walk to great shopping at Macy's and other retail stores in Downtown Crossing.

It isn’t often you hear of an easy commute in Boston. However, Goulston & Storrs is easily accessible by train, water and car. The office is convenient to South Station's commuter rail and MBTA service and the MBTA with commuter rail passes available through our Payroll MBTA Program. If you choose to come by water, use the MBTA water shuttle from the South Shore docks directly behind our building. Finally, if you choose to use your car, you will find affordable parking over the Northern Avenue Bridge.

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Washington DC

Our Washington DC office is located on bustling K Street in Northwest DC. In this prime location, Goulston & Storrs’ neighbors include many top law firms in the country, influential lobbying firms, as well as leading media organizations. This vibrant area captures the essence of Washington, DC—the intersection of business and politics.

Goulston & Storrs’ DC office is easily accessible by road or rail. There’s a metro stop two blocks from the office and a public parking garage located in the lower level of the building. All of Washington's major attractions, from the White House to the Lincoln Memorial are within walking distance from the office. Also nearby, you will find many of the top hotels and restaurants DC has to offer.

New York, NY

Our New York office is located at 885 Third Avenue.  Strategically placed in one of the premiere locations to practice law in the United States, our office sits amidst bustling Times Square, Rockefeller Center, the Empire State and Chrysler Buildings.

In the city that never sleeps, our location also offers some of the world’s greatest restaurants, entertainment and culture. Getting to our New York office is simple. We are easily accessible to the 51st Street station and Grand Central Terminal.

Top Ten Reasons to Work at Goulston & Storrs

Every member of the Goulston & Storrs team is respected and valued. Management cares.

Schedules, benefits and culture create a work/life balance ideal for today’s families.

Our executive chef creates a healthy variety of meals, snacks and culinary surprises.

Our supportive collegial environment breeds camaraderie, trust and great work.

Close to public transportation and overlooking the harbor, we’re perfectly positioned.

Expect to enjoy yourself at BBQ’s on the deck and attorney and staff parties. Plus Friday treats!

We consistently attract smart, driven professionals with lots of personality who know how to laugh.

Goulston & Storrs continues to grow and improve, and so will you.

We’re strongly committed to supporting the community in every way we can.

Stodgy? Forget it! 

Contact Information

Pam Morgan
Human Resources Manager
400 Atlantic Avenue
Boston, MA 02110-3333
Phone: 617-574-4045
Fax: 617-574-4112

Top 10 Reasons to Work at Goulston & Storrs

Find out first-hand why the employees of Goulston & Storrs enjoy what they do. Click here to watch the video.

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Message from Co-Managing Directors

Please enjoy a video message from the Co-Managing Directors of Goulston & Storrs, Martin Fantozzi and Barry Green, reflecting upon the firm, its members and client service.

Interview Tips

Be Prepared!

  • Preparing your resume is the first step. Review the firm's website to learn as much as you can before your interview.
  • Plan your responses to possible questions and then practice until it feels natural. 
  • Discuss specific achievements. 
  • Be clear about your strengths and be sure to describe your weaknesses as strengths. 
  • Be clear where you want to be in your career over a 5 year period. 
  • Interview the interviewer. 
  • Have at least 4 to 6 questions ready. 
  • If you've been fired, be forthright about it.

Common Reasons Why People Don't Get Hired

  • Untidy personal appearance - check your teeth, hair and clothes before your appointment. 
  • Inability to express information clearly. 
  • Lack of genuine interest or enthusiasm or a negative attitude. 
  • Unwillingness to start at the bottom. 
  • Lack of eye contact. 
  • Being late for the interview.

Interview Don'ts

  • Don't answer with a simple "yes" or "no." 
  • If you don't understand a question, or need a moment to think- say so. 
  • Never pretend to know something, or someone, when you don't. 
  • Be convincing-- don't rely on your application or resume to do the selling for you. 
  • Don't make negative remarks about present or former employers. When explaining your reasons for leaving, communicate your rationale professionally.

To Answer Questions With Poise, Remember These Tips

  • Listen carefully. If you feel the question is unclear, ask politely for clarification. 
  • Pause before answering to consider all facts that may substantiate your response. 
  • Always offer positive information; avoid negativity at all times. 
  • Get directly to the point. Ask if the listener would like you to go into detail before you do. 
  • Focus and re-focus attention on your successes. Remember, the goal is not to have the right answers, but to convince the interviewer that you are the right person.

Food for Thought… What Would Be Your Answers to These Questions?

  • Why do you want to go into this field? 
  • What are your short- and long-range goals and how do you expect to achieve them? 
  • What does success mean to you? How do you measure it? 
  • What motivates you? 
  • What have you done to improve yourself during the past year? 
  • Tell me about the best and worst bosses you've ever had. 
  • How do you handle stress? 
  • What else do you think I should know about you? 
  • Why should we hire you?

Equal Employment Opportunity

Goulston & Storrs provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, national origin, age, handicap, disability or veteran status in accordance with applicable state and federal laws. In addition, Goulston & Storrs complies with applicable federal, state and local laws governing non-discrimination in employment.
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