NAAG Roles

Faculty, Center for Consumer Protection

Courtney M. Aladro is an Assistant Attorney General and the Chief of the Non-Profit Organizations/Public Charities Division at the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office. The Division oversees public charities, safeguarding the public’s interest in these organizations and ensuring the proper solicitation and use of charitable funds. Prior to joining the Division, Courtney was an Assistant Attorney General and Senior Health Care Policy Advisor in the Health Care Division. There, she led the Attorney General’s examination of health care cost trends and cost drivers, worked on health care policy initiatives, and enforced consumer protection and other laws to protect the rights of consumers in the Commonwealth. Prior to joining the Attorney General’s Office, Courtney represented and counseled individuals and companies in government investigations, intellectual property litigation and employment disputes at Choate, Hall and Stewart LLP. She graduated from Boston University School of Law and earned bachelor’s degrees in Biology and Spanish from Case Western Reserve University.