Gabrielle is an associate in Taft's Privacy and Data Security group in the Chicago office.
Prior to joining Taft, Gabrielle was a judicial law clerk for the Hon. James E. Shadid, United States District Court for the Central District of Illinois. Gabrielle has extensive experience researching and preparing judicial opinion drafts on numerous topics, including claims under the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act.
Gabrielle earned her J.D., cum laude, from the University of Illinois Chicago School of Law, where she was a Lead Articles Editor for the UIC John Marshall Law Review and Barrister of Recruitment for the Trial Advocacy and Dispute Resolution Honors Board. While in law school, Gabrielle drafted response briefs filed in federal court as an intern for the United State's Attorneys Office for the Northern District of Illinois. Gabrielle earned her bachelor's degree in sociology and political science from the University of Illinois Chicago.
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- University of Illinois Chicago School of Law (2020)
Lead Articles Editor - UIC John Marshall Law Review
- University of Illinois Chicago (2013)
B.A. - Sociology, Political Science
- State - Illinois
- Federal - Central District of Illinois
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