Benjamin O. Adeyinka



In 2002, Ben started a career in banking and real estate. In 2009, he began working with Orlans Moran, PLLC as paralegal and subsequently as an attorney. Ben has represented numerous financial institutions in litigation matters, bankruptcy, and landlord tenant law. He has practiced in theUnited States Bankruptcy Court District of MA, the Land Court, Superior, District, and Housing Courts.

In December 2014, Ben, decided to leave private practice to serve the public. He currently works as the Deputy Court Administrator for Housing Court, where he works closely with the Chief Justice of the Housing Court, Timothy F. Sullivan. Most recently he serves as a member of the trial court’s court operation committee, which is tasked with planning and reorganizing efforts to address the Covid 19 pandemic.

Ben received his Bachelor’s in Communications from the University of Buffalo, a Master’s in Business Administration from Medaille College, and a Juris Doctorate from the Massachusetts School of Law with a concentration in Real Estate Law.