Jacey Buel

Jacey has spent his professional career improving the lives of at-risk youth. He has worked to empower vulnerable teen populations by placing them in decision-making positions and setting performance standards that they often exceed. For 12 years, Jacey worked in Cambridge as a tutor, basketball coach, mentor, and after-school program coordinator. While attending Suffolk University Law School, he collaborated with Cambridge Rindge & Latin to create the City of Cambridge Man to Man/Woman to Woman program, which paired high school students with professional mentors throughout Massachusetts. Jacey also led the Dating Violence Intervention Program in Cambridge and created an online resale business, Consignments Online. Jacey has 100% faith in three things, that our students can do anything, that casual Fridays are a terrible idea, and that real lawyers spend their days teaching entrepreneurship.