Gabrielle, or Gabby, as she prefers, has been interested in the law since she could formulate an argument.
Gabby, a Central Pennsylvania native, graduated cum laude from the University of Pittsburgh in 2019, with a Bachelor of Arts in Cultural Anthropology and a minor in Political Science. Immediately after college, Gabby attended Drexel University’s Thomas R. Kline School of Law as a Law Scholar scholarship recipient. While in law school, Gabby was a member and President of the Family Law Society and selected to be the Teaching Assistant for Family Law. She participated in the Marshall-Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project, teaching introductory constitutional law to local Philadelphia high school students, and the Estate Planning Clinic. Additionally, she co-authored “Ethically Remote? Virtual Representation in FINRA Arbitration,” 28 No. 3 PIABA B.J. 337. Finally, she participated in the Drexel Civil Litigation Field Clinic at Philadelphia Legal Assistance as a Certified Legal Intern, where she represented clients in child custody and Protection from Abuse cases in Philadelphia Family Court. At graduation, Gabby received the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers’ Eric D. Turner Award.
Upon graduation and sitting for the bar exam in 2022, Gabby joined Wheeler, DiUlio, and Barnabei.
In her free time, Gabby enjoys watching one of her many favorite television shows, trying new restaurants with friends, and spending time with her dog, Penny.