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Ms. Rudavsky was named one of Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly's "Lawyers of the Year" for 1999, in 2002 was recognized by Boston Magazine in its "Best of Boston" list of attorneys concentrating in employment law, and in 2005 was a Massachusetts Super Lawyer and one of the Top 50 Female Super Lawyers identified by Boston Magazine. She has been named Massachusetts Super Lawyer every year since. She is the past chair of the Massachusetts Employment Lawyers Association's MCAD/EEOC Committee, and is a former member of the steering committee of the AFL-CIO Lawyers Coordinating Committee. Ms. Rudavsky was recognized as among the best attorneys in The Chambers USA America's Leading Business Lawyers 2003-2004 Guide, selected for her skill in plaintiff's employment and labor law. According to the Guide, Ms. Rudavsky "won praise from defendant attorneys as a lawyer who 'really knows what she's doing.' " Ms. Rudavsky has served as Lecturer in Law at Harvard Law School, where she taught Labor Law during academic years 2006-2007 and 2007-2008.
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