Gabriela Chambi is a litigation attorney who focuses her practice on employment and labor law, class action litigation, professional malpractice and complex litigation.
Prior to joining Carr Maloney, Gabriela was a Law Clerk for the Montgomery County (MD) District Court, where she drafted written opinions for all twelve District Court Judges while managing the civil motions docket caseload.
Gabriela graduated from the American University Washington College of Law, where she was the Note and Comment Editor for the American University International Law Review. In addition to being a Bar Association (DC) Public Interest Fellowship Recipient and Reif Fellowship Finalist, she co-authored “Anti-Money Laundering and Counter Terrorist Finance: Regulatory Response in the European Union” in the American Bar Association’s 2017 ‘Year in Review’.
While attending Law School, Gabriela was also a Law Clerk for both the United States Department of Justice’s Office of Foreign Litigation and for the Honorable Robert A. Salerno, Associate Judge for the District of Columbia Superior Court.
Gabriela is fluent in Spanish.
American University Washington College of Law
- Contributing Author, Carr Maloney’s The Class Action Blog
- Co-Author, “Hey Siri, I’m Being Pulled Over,” Washington College of Law at American University’s Digital Commons, September 2021
- Co-Author, “Legal Pitfalls and Potential Liability for Employers in COVID-19,” Carr Maloney’s COVID-19 Resource Hub, April 27, 2020
- “Data Integrity and Class Actions: What Your Business Should do to Protect Itself,” Legally Speaking, Issue 37, May 2019
- Co-author, “Leaning on Your Clerkship to Avoid The Problems of Private Practice,” The American Bar Association, February 2019
- Co-Author, “Anti-Money Laundering and Counter Terrorist Finance: Regulatory Response in the European Union,” The Year in Review: An Annual Publication of the ABA/Section of International Law, 2017.
District of Columbia
U.S. District Courts
District of Columbia
- District of Columbia Bar
- Hispanic Bar Association of D.C.