Jeffrey Bourgeois



(617) 849-5007

(857) 488-4871

Jeffrey is an attorney in the firm's Institutional Response Group. He uses his experience as a prosecutor to skillfully and thoughtfully counsel institutions through investigations into sexual and gender-based harassment and violence, child abuse, safety and security issues, and other forms of misconduct. 

Jeffrey brings over a decade of experience working on behalf of victims of crime. This experience includes seven years as an assistant attorney general in the Human Trafficking Division of the Massachusetts Office of the Attorney General where he represented the attorney general on the Massachusetts Statewide Child Fatality Review team. He also served for six years as an assistant district attorney in the Child Protection Unit of the Middlesex District Attorney's Office, where he conducted mandated reporter trainings for staff members of schools and child care institutions.

Jeffrey also teaches a course on the Neurobiology of Trauma for Criminal Justice Professionals, which aids law enforcement, advocates, mental health counselors, and prosecutors in developing trauma-informed approaches to their work.

Jeffrey earned his undergraduate degree from Tufts University and his law degree from the New England School of Law.


Cozen O’Connor Brings its Institutional Response and Subrogation Practices to Boston

February 28, 2023

Jeffrey Bourgeois and Shannon M. Warren — to its Boston office. Bourgeois, who previously served as assistant attorney general in the Human Trafficking Division of the Massachusetts Attorney General’s office, joins the IRG as counsel. Warren, who previously served as partner and vice president at Uehlein & Associates, joins the firm’s Subrogation & Recovery Department as a member.

Industry Sectors


  • New England School of Law, J.D., 2010
  • Tufts University, B.A., 2007

Awards & Honors

Massachusetts District Attorney Association:

Spotlight Award, 2013

Martha Coakley Outstanding Teamwork Award, 2017

  • Massachusetts