Professor of Law
Bar Information Coordinator
J.D., Harvard Law School
Advanced Topics in Evidence
Bar Exam Prep
Land Finance & Transfer
Office: L 312
Professor Stonefield was a Commissioner of the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination prior to joining the faculty in 1981. He has also served as a managing attorney for the Western Massachusetts Legal Services program, a staff attorney in a prisoners' legal assistance program, and has engaged in the private practice of law. He has served on the Board and Finance Committee of the Massachusetts Housing Finance Agency, a government bank that grants mortgage loans for affordable housing, and has authored the chapters on the national secondary mortgage markets in a leading real estate finance law treatise.
Sam Stonefield, Recent Trends in Real Estate Financing, ch. 1.03, in 4 REAL ESTATE FINANCING (annual supps. 2001-2003).
Sam Stonefield, Fannie Mae (FNMA) and Freddie Mac (FHLMC), ch. 3A.01-03, in 4B REAL ESTATE FINANCING (1998 & 2000).
Sam Stonefield, The FNMA/FHLMC Uniform Instruments, ch. 3A.10-13, in 4B REAL ESTATE FINANCING (1998 & 2000).
Sam Stonefield, Ginnie Mae (GNMA) and the Ginnie Mae Mortgage-Backed Securities Programs, ch. 2K, in 4A REAL ESTATE FINANCING (1999).
Sam Stonefield, What if Sir Walter Raleigh Was a Wife-Beater and a Drug-Dealer?, MASS. LAW. WKLY., May 16, 2005 at 11.