Gabrielle Wilson is an associate in Gunster’s Jacksonville office where she is a member of the firm’s Business Litigation practice group. Gabrielle’s diversified background has allowed her to develop more effective strategies to advance each client’s unique needs.
Gabrielle graduated magna cum laude from Case Western Reserve University School of Law. In law school, Gabrielle served as an editor for the Case Western Reserve Law Review and an officer for Case Western’s Yemen Accountability Research Project. Gabrielle has sought to develop a broad understanding of the law and performed research in a variety of subjects including national security law, environmental law, and non-profit organizations.
Prior to joining Gunster, Gabrielle clerked in the Superior Court of New Jersey, Criminal Division, where she enhanced her legal research and writing skills. This experience provided her with unique insight into the operations of state courts and allowed her to gain valuable knowledge of the trial process. Gabrielle participated in a broad range of matters, including small claims disputes, constitutional challenges, and criminal trials, experiences which strengthened many of the skills she now uses in representing her clients.
- Order of the Coif
- Case Western Reserve Law Review
- Clinical Legal Education Association’s Outstanding Student Award
- Pro Bono Recognition Award
- CALI Awards in Counterterrorism Law & Cyberlaw
- Dean’s List
- Phi Beta Kappa