MichaelRabieh

Michael S. Rabieh

Partner

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Michael Rabieh joined Lawson & Weitzen in 2021 as a Partner to continue his nearly 20-year practice of representing individuals and businesses in general civil litigation matters. A seasoned litigator, his practice currently focuses on real estate disputes, employment litigation, and appellate advocacy. He has represented clients at every level of the Massachusetts court system, including the Supreme Judicial Court, and in federal courts in Massachusetts, at both the district and appellate levels. Michael has represented and counseled businesses ranging from start-ups to Fortune 100 companies, individuals, and non-profit organizations, in a variety of civil litigation matters.


Michael has extensive experience handling employment disputes ranging from failure to pay wages, discrimination, wrongful termination to non-compete agreements and independent contractor misclassification. Similarly, he has advised numerous clients on their real estate matters, through negotiations, lawsuits, and before administrative agencies.

Prior to joining L&W, Michael worked at two large Boston law firms for a decade before opening his own solo practice in 2013. Before pursuing his legal career, he obtained a PhD in Political Science from the University of Toronto and was a professor of political science at University of Toronto, Hampden-Sydney College, and Kalamazoo College.






Michael has extensive experience handling employment disputes ranging from failure to pay wages, discrimination, wrongful termination to non-compete agreements and independent contractor misclassification. Similarly, he has advised numerous clients on their real estate matters, through negotiations, lawsuits, and before administrative agencies.

Prior to joining L&W, Michael worked at two large Boston law firms for a decade before opening his own solo practice in 2013. Before pursuing his legal career, he obtained a PhD in Political Science from the University of Toronto and was a professor of political science at University of Toronto, Hampden-Sydney College, and Kalamazoo College.





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Education


Harvard Law School, JD, 2002

University of Toronto, PhD, 1996

University of Toronto, MA, 1988

University of Chicago, AB, cum laude, 1986




Bar Admissions


Massachusetts (state and federal)

U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit





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