Clymer, John H. “Jack”
Executive Committee; Long-Range Planning Committee; International School Ad Hoc Committee
Board Member since 1981
John H. (Jack) Clymer has practiced with the Boston law firm of Nixon Peabody LLP and previously with Hutchins, Wheeler & Dittmar since 1965. Mr. Clymer is a member of the Massachusetts, Boston and American Bar Associations, and has been active on committees focused on estate planning, probate and non-profit organization matters. He is named in Best Lawyers in America, Trusts and Estates field, and is a fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel and a member of its Practice and Charitable Planning Committees. Mr. Clymer is a contributor to The Handbook of Estate Planning (Crumbley, ed., Dow Jones-Irwin, 1988), Massachusetts Probate Manual (Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, 2003-2011), Massachusetts Non-profit Organizations (Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, 2007-2011), and with two of his partners has written Massachusetts Estate Planning and Administration, a two-volume practice guide for professionals, published and supplemented annually by Lexis Publishing. Mr. Clymer is a director of Boston Private Bank and Trust Company. He serves as a trustee of Sofia American Schools, Inc. (Sofia, Bulgaria), and is the President of the Boston Bar Foundation. Mr. Clymer lives in Concord, Massachusetts, and currently serves on the town’s Historic Districts Commission. Mr. Clymer received a BA degree in American Civilization from Princeton University (1962) and a JD from Harvard Law School (1965).