Suffolk University Law School
My keys to success: Setting specific goals, making plans to achieve them and not stopping until they are met. I have applied this philosophy successfully throughout my life and carry it into my law career as I work with clients to help them achieve their own goals.
I am most thankful for a family who has taught me about loyalty, instilled a strong work ethic and the desire to always do the right thing.
My favorite guilty pleasure is: Binge watching any season of the Real Housewives or anything else on Bravo for that matter. The more drama the better.
Arielle joined Warshaw, Di Carlo in 2015 as a second year law intern and found her career direction in real estate and estate planning. Arielle particularly enjoys conveyancing, P&S negotiations, title reviews, and legal research. Her favorite aspect of title review is reading probate dockets to unearth family drama. Like her co-workers, and now friends, Arielle fell in love with the people and the team environment fostered by Warshaw, Di Carlo. She really fell in love with Bruiser, and that's why she stayed.
Arielle graduated cum laude from Suffolk Law School in 2016. After successfully passing the bar exam, she was admitted to the practice of law in Massachusetts as of November, 2016.
Arielle is a native of Central Massachusetts, having lived exclusively in Spencer, MA. She is a graduate of the all girl’s, Notre Dame Academy and Magna Cum Laude graduate of Quinnipiac University with a degree in Legal Studies. After graduating Quinnipiac, Arielle achieved her lifelong goal of attending law school when she was accepted into Suffolk University Law School where she earned the prestigious Sargent Scholarship all three years. She was selected to join the Suffolk Transnational Law Review as a staff member her second year and was chosen as Chief Note Editor her third year. Arielle’s Note was published in the Law Review’s Winter 2016 Edition.
Arielle now calls Boston home. She loves the North End and exploring the city and all it has to offer. This small town girl has found her niche in the big city.