Rebecca Filippo

Rebecca Filippo

Rebecca Filippo is an associate attorney who joined the firm in September of 2020. Her practice focuses on pension and benefits law, labor law, and workers’ compensation. She is licensed to practice in both Rhode Island and Massachusetts.

Prior to joining Gursky ǀ Wiens, Rebecca worked as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Debra L. Olsson of the Appellate Division of the Rhode Island Workers’ Compensation Court. During her clerkship, she conducted research and analyzed legal issues for the Workers’ Compensation Court Trial Judges, and drafted appellate memoranda and decisions for the Appellate Division.

During her final year of law school Rebecca was a Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Rule 3:03 Student-Attorney in Suffolk University Law School’s Family Advocacy Clinic. Through the clinic, Rebecca represented victims of domestic violence in divorce, paternity, custody, child support, and abuse prevention cases in Massachusetts Probate and Family Courts and Massachusetts District Courts. She also advocated for children of clients seeking Special Immigrant Juvenile Status through the Massachusetts Probate and Family Courts.

Throughout law school Rebecca held various positions including spending the summer of her second year as a judicial intern for the Honorable Chief Judge Robert M. Ferrieri of the Rhode Island Workers’ Compensation Court and the summer of her first year as a judicial intern for the Honorable Stephen M. Limon of the Suffolk County Juvenile Court in Boston. Rebecca also worked part-time as a law clerk for the Law Office of Scot Schneiderman in Boston.

Rebecca is a member of the AFL-CIO Union Lawyers Alliance.


  • BA, University of Maryland – College Park, 2015
  • JD, Suffolk University Law School, 2019


  • Rhode Island
  • Massachusetts