John Gavin is an associate at the firm’s Boston office. He is a member of the complex commercial litigation and disputes practice group.
As a summer associate for the firm, John assisted in drafting pleadings for the intellectual property, commercial disputes, and financial services groups, aided in drafting a client update on trade secret law trends, and collaborated on treatise updates. Most recently, John was a law practice teaching assistant at Boston College Law School, where he conducted workshops and held office hours to aid students in the development of research and citation skills. John also served as a member of the Executive Board of the Boston College Law Review, managing the drafting and publication of student-written Case Comments as Executive Comments Editor.
- Recipient of PAIR Project's 2020 Pro Bono Detention Award
- John Gavin, Note, Finally Freed or Infinitely Detained? The Need for a Clear Standard of Finality for Reinstated Orders of Removal, 59 B.C. L. Rev. 2437 (2018)
- John Gavin, Comment, Praying for Clarity: Lund, Bormuth, and the Split Over Legislator-Led Prayer, 59 B.C. L. Rev. E. Supp. 104 (2018)