Gabrielle L. Robbie
Gabrielle Robbie is an associate in the Trial Department of Davis Graham & Stubbs LLP. She earned her J.D. from the University of Colorado Law School, where she was elected forum editor of the University of Colorado Law Review and served as a legal writing teaching assistant. During law school, Ms. Robbie interned for the U.S. Attorney's Office, as well as for Justice Allison H. Eid during her tenure on the Colorado Supreme Court and the Criminal Appeals section of the Colorado Attorney General's Office. Additionally, she and her team were national champions of the 2017 National Telecommunications Moot Court Competition in Washington, D.C.
After law school, Ms. Robbie clerked for the Honorable Nancy J. Lichtenstein of the Colorado Court of Appeals. Prior to law school, Ms. Robbie worked for a public relations firm that served clients in the automotive and motorsports industries.
Ms. Robbie currently serves on the associate advisory board of the Legal Aid Foundation of Colorado and as an alumni ambassador to the University of Colorado Law School. She is a member of the Colorado Judicial Institute’s Young Professionals Council and of CultureHaus, the Denver Art Museum’s young professionals’ group. Ms. Robbie also belongs to the Colorado Women’s Bar Association, the Denver Bar Association, and the Colorado Bar Association.
- “COVID-19 and UCC Sales of Goods – Impracticability and Other Issues Likely to Arise,” DGS Legal Alert (April 17, 2020)
- “Coronavirus and Force Majeure – Does COVID-19 Excuse Contractual Obligations,” DGS Legal Alert (April 6, 2020)
University of Colorado Law School, J.D., 2017
University of Michigan, B.A., with Distinction, 2011
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