Donna A. Mizrahi

  • 617-557-9730
  • 617-227-0781
  • 75 State Street
  • Boston, MA 02109

Donna A. Mizrahi

  • 617-557-9730
  • 617-227-0781
  • 75 State Street
  • Boston, MA 02109

Practice Focus

Donna A. Mizrahi concentrates her practice in the areas of appellate, fiduciary, real estate, and business litigation.

Before joining Hemenway & Barnes, Donna spent four years working at a large, international law firm in Boston, MA, handling complex business litigation disputes in state and federal courts across the country. Donna also has substantial experience handling pre-litigation, mediation, and arbitration commercial disputes.

Donna also worked as a staff attorney at Volunteer Lawyers Project in Boston, MA, representing low-income clients in a range of family law and guardianship matters.

Selected Activities and Publications

  • Presenter, Introduction to Guardianship of Minors, Volunteer Lawyers Project, Boston, MA (Quarterly, 2011, 2013-2014)
  • Presenter, Guardianship of Minors & Adults, Ropes & Gray, Boston, MA (2011-2014)
  • Former Articles Editor, Columbia Journal of Law & Social Problems
  • Donna Ackermann, “A Matter of Interpretation: How the Language Barrier and the Trend of Criminalizing Illegal Immigration Caused a Deprivation of Due Process Following the Agriprocessors, Inc. Raids,” Columbia Journal of Law & Social Problems (Spring 2010).

Community Involvement

  • Volunteer Attorney, Volunteer Lawyers Project
  • Johns Hopkins University Alumni Admissions Interviewer

Donna’s Comment on Dispute Resolution

“By definition, I become involved in a matter when a problem of some kind has arisen. I work with my clients to think creatively and explore all their options about how best to achieve their goals. I aim to resolve their problems in a cost effective manner, balancing risk and reward.”

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