Robert J. Fleming

Robert J. Fleming is a well-respected, experienced attorney with over thirty years of legal experience. A graduate of Suffolk University (BA. 64) and Suffolk University Law School (JD. 68), Mr. Fleming is a veteran of the United States Marine Corp. and a former Quincy City Solicitor.

After three years of private practice with the law firm of Sloan, Gay and Popolo, P.C., Mr. Fleming was appointed by Mayor Walter J. Hannon, Jr. to serve as an Assistant City Solicitor for the City of Quincy in 1971. In 1974, Mr. Fleming was appointed to the office of City Solicitor, an office in which he served three Mayors, shaping the City of Quincy’s ordinances and providing legal guidance to a city of 80,000. While serving the City in these positions, Mr. Fleming established the well-respected law firm of Brownell, Delahunt, Fleming & Langlois, P.C.

Mr. Fleming established a law practice focused on serving the local community in a variety of legal needs including real estate, estate planning, probate of estates to representation in court. Appearing before City and Town boards, Zoning Board of Appeals and Licensing Board, Mr. Fleming has represented homeowners, small business owners and major corporations as a powerful advocate in the area of municipal law. Through his representation of local property owners and large corporations, Mr. Fleming has been instrumental in the positive changes and developments within the City of Quincy. He has represented entities such as The Grossman Companies, Shaw’s Supermarkets, The Home Depot, Riverbay Senior Citizen’s Housing, AvalonBay, Corcoran Jennison, Lincoln Property Company and The Flatley Company, as well as hundreds of local property owners. Mr. Fleming’s reputation of honesty and integrity is unparalleled.

Mr. Fleming is a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association and the Quincy Bar Association and is a licensed real estate broker. He has served the community as a Director of Quincy Youth Hockey and presently serves as a Director of the South Shore YMCA. He has also served on a number of State boards by appointment by the Governor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.