Suffolk University Law School
JD, summa cum laude, 2016

Associate Production Editor, Suffolk University Law Review

The George Washington University
BA, 2012



Melissa W. Gaied


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Melissa Gaied is a member of the firm’s business department. She participated in the firm’s summer associate program in 2015.

Ms. Gaied is a graduate of Suffolk University Law School, where she served as the Associate Production Editor for the Suffolk University Law Review and Director of Student Affairs for the Student Bar Association. During her third year of law school, Ms. Gaied worked as a research and teacher’s assistant for Suffolk law’s Negotiation Skills course.

Practice Focus

Business & Technology: represents public and private companies in a variety of industries in mergers and acquisitions, securities law compliance issues, venture capital equity financings and general corporate work.

Finance & Restructuring: represents secured lenders, borrowers and equity sponsors in a wide range of financing transactions.

Private Equity: represents funds of all types and aspects of capital raising and acquisitions of target companies.

Publications & Presentations

“Data After Death: An Examination into Heirs’ Access to a Decedent’s Private Online Account,” 49 Suffolk University Law Review 281, 2016.


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