Gavin Laboski is not your typical lawyer and Laboski Law is not your typical law firm.
When other lawyers are engaging in arguments amongst themselves or wasting their client’s hard-earned money “practicing,” Gavin is busy getting results. He prides himself on finding solutions and cutting through all the noise to provide the best outcome for his clients. Whether his clients are seeking help with a problem or guidance as they take on an exciting initiative, Gavin works tirelessly to deliver value and communicate options clearly and unambiguously.
Gavin Laboski has been providing legal services to the people and businesses of Bucks County since 1996. After serving four years as a respected prosecutor in the Bucks County District Attorney’s office, where he prosecuted high-profile and serious criminal offenses, he joined the well-regarded Doylestown firm of Benner and Wild in 2000. There Gavin honed his style as a hard-working, dedicated, approachable lawyer both in and outside the courtroom.
Gavin established Laboski Law in 2015, focusing in the areas of business, real estate and criminal law; litigation; and arbitration.
Gavin is wildly devoted to his clients and proud to have built lasting professional relationships with so many of them. When clients embark on new and exciting ventures, Gavin provides guidance to ensure their success. When they run into difficult times, he makes sure their rights are protected and the best possible outcome is achieved. He is many times the first person his clients call in good times as well as bad, trusting Gavin to handle both personal and business matters with genuine personal attention and practical, solution-focused advice.
Gavin’s peers know him as a highly ethical and formidable adversary. When cooperation and collaboration are needed, Gavin delivers: an accomplished professional who knows how to get things done.
Education & Recognition
Widener University School of Law, 1996, Juris Doctor. Moe Levine Trial Advocacy Honor Society, former instructor at Widener’s Intensive Trial Advocacy Program
Saint Joseph’s University, 1993, Bachelor of Science in Political Science. National Political Science Honor Society
Bucks County and Pennsylvania Bar Association member
Gavin was raised in this region, and he and his family love being a part of this community. Currently vice president of the board of the Bucks County Foodshed Alliance, Gavin volunteers his time and talents to directly contribute to the creation of a vibrant and sustainable local food system. Gavin also serves as board member and assistant coach for the Pennsylvania Rush Soccer Club. His free time is usually spent outside hiking, kayaking, birding or gardening or traveling with his family.