Gabrielle Craft officially joined HSM as an associate attorney upon receiving her juris doctor from the University of Miami, graduating magna cum laude. Gabrielle began her time at HSM as a law clerk during her final year of law school. Her legal experiences prior to and during law school have provided her with a wide range of knowledge across many sectors of litigation. Gabrielle has dedicated her work to resolving complex disputes, and her unparalleled determination alongside her analytical skills are the cornerstone of her academic and professional success.
During law school, she served as managing editor of the International and Comparative Law Review. Prior to becoming editor, her article, “Big Data, Both Friend and Foe: The Intersection of Privacy and Trade on the Transatlantic Stage,” was selected for publication. Simultaneously, she served as a fellow in the Investor Rights Clinic representing under-served investors in securities arbitration claims against their brokers before FINRA. Gabrielle’s passion for litigation was solidified by her experience in UM’s Litigation Skills Program, where she received the Marco A. Vazquez Memorial Scholarship for her work. In her final year of law school, Gabrielle served as a senator on the Student Bar Association working specifically on the committee dedicated to promoting student mental health.
Prior to law school, Gabrielle received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Communications from Florida State University, graduating summa cum laude. Her academic excellence propelled her to explore a career in law, where both of her degrees were put into practice.
As a south Florida native, Gabrielle enjoys boating and fishing. Whether it’s in the office or out at sea, she approaches every activity with equal regard for strategy and creativity.