Gabriella Mouriz is passionate about advocacy and playing a key role in achieving client goals at virtually every stage of the business litigation and dispute resolution process.
Her boundless energy and loyalty, coupled with her attention to detail, profound research and drafting skills, and commitment to effective dispute resolution make her an important resource for clients and colleagues, when the need for litigation arises.
Notably, she conducts legal research and drafts motions, memoranda and oppositions. Gabriella works diligently to effectively frame the issues at hand in order to craft compelling arguments.
During law school, Gabriella was a summer associate for a Louisiana trial law firm and also served as a law clerk for a criminal defense firm, where she conducted research, organized and summarized information in preparation for criminal trial, and drafted complaints, responses, memoranda and other pleadings.
Gabriella served as a summer extern for the Honorable Jane Triche Milazzo and the Honorable Joseph C. Wilkinson, Jr., of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana, and for the Honorable Madeleine Landrieu of the Louisiana Circuit Court of Appeal, Fourth Circuit.