Andrew Glincher, the managing partner and chief executive officer at Nixon Peabody LLC, confirmed to Bloomberg News on Monday Brown's moving plans. Glincher said that because Brown is not licensed to practice law in New Hampshire he will continue working out of the law firm's Boston office.
Brown's decision to move is one of the biggest hints he's made so far that he plans to run for Sen. Jeanne Shaheen's (D-NH) in New Hampshire.
Brown is scheduled to appear at the New Hampshire GOP's annual holiday party on Thursday.
A pro-GOP super PAC has also recently begun urging running "Draft Scott Brown web ads.
Brown is scheduled to close on the sale of his home by the end of the week, according to ABC News.
This post was updated.