Practice Groups:
Business and Civil Litigation
Commercial Loan Recovery
Construction Law
Corporate and Business
Land Use and Zoning
Public Sector/Governmental Services Real Estate and Conveyancing
Receivership and Insolvency
Renewable Energy & Environmental

Edward D. Pare III, Senior Associate

Email: epare@savagelawpartners.com
Phone: 401.238.9009
Fax: 401.648.6748

Ed is an Associate Attorney, concentrating his practice in commercial and corporate business matters and litigation, public sector and governmental services, receivership and business insolvencies, and complex civil litigation. He is licensed to practice in the state and federal courts of Rhode Island and the state courts of Massachusetts.

Before joining the firm, Ed served as a law clerk to Associate Justice Francis X. Flaherty of the Rhode Island Supreme Court and in the Rhode Island Supreme Court Law Clerk Department, where he was assigned to Associate Justice Michael A. Silverstein, who presided over the Rhode Island Superior Court’s Providence County Business Calendar. Ed graduated from the Roger Williams University School of Law, where he was the Managing Editor of the Roger Williams University Law Review and a member of the Moot Court Board. During law school, Ed worked as a legal intern and extern in a number of offices, including: the Office of Executive Counsel to the Governor of Rhode Island; the Chambers of Chief Judge William E. Smith of the United States District Court for the District of Rhode Island; the United States Department of Justice, Tax Division in Washington, D.C.; the Office of the Rhode Island Attorney General; and the United States Attorney’s Office for the District of Rhode Island.

Ed graduated magna cum laude from the University of Rhode Island, receiving a B.A. in both History and Mathematics. He is a member of Phi Beta Kappa.

  • 2016, Roger Williams University School of Law
  • 2013, University of Rhode Island
  • Massachusetts State Courts
  • Rhode Island State and Federal Courts
  • Restoring the Character Evidence Rule: Reconsidering Evidence of Crimes, Wrongs, and Other Acts in Rhode Island, 21 Roger Williams U.L. Rev. 399 (2016)