about kyle mastro
I did my undergraduate work at the University of Pittsburgh, graduating in 2005. After working for a couple years in a job working with heroin addicts, I decided to go to Law School at the University of Miami School of Law. Like most people I found law school to be a miserable experience. The one thing I really did enjoy was litigation. There was something about standing up in front of a judge and making an argument that just really appealed to me.
To that end, throughout law school I worked for the Miami Dade State Attorney’s Office, which is the criminal county prosecutor’s office for Miami Dade. I became a Certified Legal Intern for the Miami Dade State Attorney’s Office, trying and winning 9 out of the 10 cases I was assigned, which included DUI charges. I felt I was set in a job I loved, and then the country’s economic collapse cost me (and basically everyone I worked with) our jobs.
I went on a lot of interviews, but I was fairly new to the practice of law and became accustom to being asked “one of the people you are interviewing against has 10 years experience practicing law, why are you a better candidate.” I could only sustain interviewing and not making money for so long, so in 2010 I decided to open up my own firm in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Starting with nothing I eventually grew my firm to the point of having two offices and having several hundred cases under my belt. Eventually a family obligation brought me to Boston where I opened my current firm and practice today.
I still get a kick out of litigation. Now I spend most of my time litigating OUI, lighter criminal offenses and civil defense litigation, specifically representing regular people against the predatory debt collection agencies. I pride myself on making myself available to my clients. When people call: they talk to ME. Not an assistant, secretary or associate. People call because they want to talk to me, and its my voice they hear when the phone is answered. If you are looking to hire an attorney, call me up. If you’re unsure what to do and have a question about your case, call me up. I’m here to get clients and make money, but every call is free, it’s a no pressure, no obligation situation and I don’t give people a hard sell.
In my spare time I enjoy exercise, sports and photography.