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Benjamin A. Anderson

Benjamin A. Anderson


Ben Anderson concentrates his practice on defending major manufacturers in a wide range of complex product liability litigation.  He has significant experience in both written and oral advocacy. Ben has drafted and argued opposition motions for summary judgment and motions to dismiss and to transfer. 

He has also prepared multiple cases for trial in state courts, including motions in limine, voir dire, jury selection, jury instructions, and verdict slips. He has worked with medical and engineering expert witnesses, conducted site inspections, drafted discovery motions, taken and defended depositions, and created numerous arguments and presented evidence in arbitrations and mediations. 

Ben was previously a lead plaintiffs’ counsel at a large plaintiff’s personal injury firm located downtown Boston, Massachusetts. Ben maintained a case load of over 100 personal injury matters from inception to trial that required him to manage, develop, and strategize. 

Volunteerism was a top priority for Ben during his time at New England Law, he was a volunteer student attorney for unrepresented veterans and indigent individuals in the Greater Boston area. Outside the office, Ben enjoys working out, running, listening to podcasts and spending time outdoors.  Ben has visited every state in the United States and now seeks to travel to every continent, starting with trips to South America and Europe.

Bar Admissions

  • Massachusetts, 2016
  • New Hampshire, 2016

Court Admissions

  • U.S. District Court, District of New Hampshire


  • New England Law, J.D., 2016

    Portia Merit Scholarship

    Dean’s List

    Public Service Honor Roll

    Executive Office of Public Service 

    Student Ambassador

  • Concordia College, B.A., 2011

    Myrtle Sellie Moldrem Award

    Alliss Educational Foundation Award

    Student Athletic Advisory Committee

    Wrestling Team Captain, 2009 – 2011

    Major: Political Science

    Minors: History and Classical Studies