Attorney Adrienne Catherine H. Beauregard-Rheaume graduated with honors from Boston University where she majored in psychology. She spent a semester of study abroad at the University of Padua in Italy, as part of her minor in Italian studies.
Attorney Beauregard-Rheaume received her juris doctor degree cum laude from Case Western Reserve University in 2010. She served as associate editor and member of the Executive Board of the Case Western Reserve University Law Review. As a law student, Attorney Beauregard-Rheaume was a law clerk for Beauregard, Burke & Franco, and interned at the Boston law office of Dwyer & Collora, LLP.
Prior to joining Beauregard, Burke & Franco in 2012, Attorney Beauregard-Rheaume worked two years as a prosecutor with the Bristol County District Attorney’s Office. As an Assistant District Attorney, she handled all aspects of hundreds of cases from start to completion, and she tried numerous cases. Since joining Beauregard, Burke and Franco, Attorney Beauregard-Rheaume has handled complex cases in many areas of civil litigation, including employment, business, consumer protection, civil rights, malpractice, and personal injury law. Attorney Beauregard-Rheaume became a partner at Beauregard, Burke & Franco in 2018. In her practice, Attorney Beauregard has negotiated several six figure settlements and participated in litigation of cases that resulted in multi-million dollar settlements and jury verdicts.
Attorney Beauregard-Rheaume is licensed to practice in the state and federal courts of Massachusetts. She practices in civil litigation and has represented clients before various Massachusetts and federal administrative agencies as well as litigated in the Massachusetts District and Superior Courts and the United States District Court of Massachusetts and the First Circuit Court of Appeals. Attorney Beauregard-Rheaume has served on the Board of the New Bedford Bar Association since 2011, and served two terms as President of the New Bedford Bar Association.