Non-dispositive motions may be marked for hearing before the judge to whom the case is assigned.  Parties and counsel are strongly encouraged to confirm dates and times with other parties before marking non-dispositive motions for hearings.

Only non-dispositive motions may be marked for hearing by a party.  Dispositive motions under Mass. R. Civ. P. 12 (b) (1), 12 (b) (6), 12 (c) and 56 will be scheduled by the court in all cases.  See Land Court Rule 4.

To schedule a motion hearing before either Judge Foster or Judge Long, please email your request to their Sessions Clerks directly.  Sessions Clerk contact information is on the Land Court personnel web page.

Tuesday, April 2810:00 a.m.Piper, J.
Thursday, May 710:00 a.m.Speicher, J.
Friday, May 810:00 a.m.Piper, J.
Monday, May 1110:00 a.m.Piper, J.
Monday, May 1810:00 a.mCutler, C.J.
Tuesday, May 1910:00 a.m.Scheier, J.
Wednesday, May 2010:00 a.m.Piper, J.
Wednesday, May 27

10:00 a.m.

10:00 a.m.

Cutler, C.J.

Speicher, J.

Wednesday, June 310:00 a.mCutler, C.J.
Friday, June 1210:00 a.m.Piper, J.

• Please add the name of the judge assigned to your case on your pleadings.

• Sessions are held at the Land Court, 3 Pemberton Square, Boston.

• Courtroom assignments are posted at the Land Court Recorder’s Office (5th floor) on the day of the hearing.

• Motions in all tax lien cases may be marked for hearing any Thursday at 10:00 a.m. or 2:00 p.m.

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