Originally a paralegal for his father’s law firm during college and law school, James P. Boyle then proceeded to practice law alongside his dad for five years with Murphy and Boyle Chartered before opening his own practice as James P. Boyle, P.C.
With Crane and Norcross since 2001, Jim practices in the area of real estate ad valorem taxation, as well as general real estate transactions. He believes our firm’s focus on real estate has allowed him to truly develop a specialization with an in-depth knowledge and understanding of real estate law. His cases have included working on transactional tax for one of the most prominent buildings in the world. Jim brings this same high-level experience to your case as well.
Jim’s years of working with his father taught him to think critically and appreciate the importance of serving the client well. As an attorney, his strengths include the ability to instill trust and confidence in others. On a personal level, he has a great interest and passion in teaching community youths. Jim has spent more than 15 years coaching children in various sports. Other interests include biking and working with the Henry Schueler 41 & 9 Foundation, which provides funding for research in the field of pediatric high-risk leukemia.