Gabriella Alonso represents financial institutions in corporate, regulatory, and commercial matters in addition to litigating across multiple jurisdictions. After spending several years defending banks, lenders, and other members of the financial services industry in complex disputes at the state and federal level, Gabriella expanded her practice to focus on guiding financial institutions and privately held companies as they navigate industry-specific regulatory, compliance, and corporate issues.
Using her experience as a litigator, Gabriella provides a unique perspective when assessing regulatory and corporate concerns. This skillset allows her to build trust with clients by developing strategic and risk-management recommendations to aid in maintaining compliance while identifying possible risks of future litigation.
Gabriella received her J.D. from Washington & Lee University School of Law, where she was a student case worker in the Advanced Administrative Litigation Clinic and a member of the Latin American Law Students’ Association National Moot Court team. Prior to law school, Gabriella attended the University of Idaho, where she obtained dual degrees in International Studies and Spanish.