Supervising Attorney, Family Defense Practice
Gabe joined the Family Defense Practice in 2007, and has been a supervising attorney since 2012. Gabe graduated from New York University School of Law magna cum laude and Order of the Coif in 2006. At NYU, Gabe was a Root-Tilden-Kern and Sinsheimer Service Scholar. He was also a Senior Articles Editor for the NYU Review of Law and Social Change. His participation in NYU’s Family Defense Clinic earned him the Ann Petluck Poses prize for outstanding work in a clinical practice. Gabe also received the New York State Bar Association Award for outstanding work in legal ethics. While in law school, he spent summers interning with Pine Tree Legal Assistance in Bangor, Maine, and with the Washington Protection and Advocacy System in Seattle. After law school, Gabe clerked for the Honorable Jon D. Levy of the Maine Supreme Court.
Prior to law school, Gabe worked as an advocate for the Urban Justice Center’s Mental Health Project. Gabe received his BA in Religious Studies, cum laude, from Yale University in 2002.