Gavi Bogin-Farber is an associate in the law firm of Messing, Rudavsky & Weliky, P.C., which specializes in plaintiff’s employment law. Ms. Bogin-Farber focuses her practice on representing individuals in employment discrimination cases (including claims of gender and pregnancy, race, age, religion, disability, sexual orientation, and sexual harassment) at the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination and in state and federal court. She also advises clients in a variety of other employment matters, and her practice often involves pre-litigation negotiations with opposing parties.
Ms. Bogin-Farber serves on the Amicus Organizing Committee of the ACLU of Massachusetts and served as a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association’s Health Law Section Council. She is currently a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association’s Employment and Labor Section and is a member of the Massachusetts and National Employment Lawyers Associations.
Prior to joining the firm in 2013, Ms. Bogin-Farber was a staff attorney and Parmet Fellow at Health Law Advocates, where she represented low-income individuals struggling with medical debt and other health coverage issues. She received her J.D. from Northeastern University School of Law. Research she did in law school led her to publish an article in the 2013 issue of the Harvard Latino Law Review regarding birth registration issues facing U.S.-born children of undocumented immigrants. Prior to law school, Ms. Bogin-Farber was a paralegal at the Medical-Legal Partnership | Boston, an innovative program that partners lawyers, legal advocates, and health care providers to support clients facing legal problems. Ms. Bogin-Farber is a graduate of Johns Hopkins University and is proficient in Portuguese and Spanish.
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