Gabrielle is dedicated to the protection of workers’ rights. She is proud to provide client-focused advocacy, practicing primarily in the areas of Civil Litigation, Labour Law and Professional Regulation. Gabrielle joined Cavalluzzo as an associate in 2023 after articling with the firm.
Gabrielle received a Juris Doctor from Western University. During her studies she actively participated in her community through involvement with Pro Bono Students Canada, Community Legal Services, and Western Law Gives Back. Gabrielle also had the pleasure of working as a research assistant for Arbitrator and Professor, Michael Lynk.
Gabrielle’s extensive mooting experience includes competing at the national level at both the National Labour Arbitration Competition and the Canadian National Negotiation Competition. More recently, she acted as a coach for the National Labour Arbitration Competition.
Prior to commencing her legal career, Gabrielle attended Queen’s University on the Excellence Scholarship. There she obtained a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Psychology, focusing her studies on emotional and cognitive health and development.
Gabrielle cares deeply about promoting better, safer, and more supportive communities. She has held numerous volunteer and employed positions promoting mental health, including providing educational presentations with Jack.Org and as a telephone crisis worker for an employee assistance program.
When away from her desk, Gabrielle enjoys travelling, hiking, yoga, and discovering new coffee shops.