- B.A., Biology, Huntingdon College (2004)
- M.S. Civil/ Environmental Engineering, University of Alabama at Birmingham (2006)
- J.D. Georgia State University College of Law, cum laude, highest pro bono honors (2015)
- Georgia (2015)
- Veterans of Foreign Wars
- American Legion
- Kiwanis International
- First Baptist Church, Cairo, Georgia
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Gabe maintains a general law practice serving southwest Georgia and has experience handling matters involving civil litigation, real estate transactions, family law, environmental law, estate planning, business formation, civil appeals, and criminal law. Gabe has a diverse background that sets him apart from most attorneys.
Prior to enrolling in law school at the age of 31, Gabe had earned a bachelor’s degree in biology and a master’s degree in environmental engineering, served nearly four years on active duty with the U.S. army, and spent two years managing the environmental program at a chemical manufacturing plant.
While serving in the army, Gabe earned his commission as an infantry officer. He also completed the army’s elite Airborne and Ranger training programs. After completing his training at Fort Benning, Gabe led a platoon with the First Calvary Division during a yearlong combat tour in Iraq, where he earned a bronze star medal for his combat service.
Upon fulfilling his active duty service obligation, Gabe was hired by a multi-national corporation to manage the environmental programs at its chemical plant in north Georgia. In that position, Gabe handled both administrative matters by ensuring the facility’s compliance with numerous environmental laws and regulations, and technical processes by making sure the facility’s pollution control equipment functioned properly. Under Gabe’s watch, the facility had no environmental permit violations.
While attending law school at Georgia State University, Gabe focused his efforts towards gaining practical experience. To that end, Gabe worked in the university’s office of legal affairs and low-income taxpayer clinic. He also worked for an environmental nonprofit group, the U.S. EPA, and the Georgia Attorney General’s Office. He excelled academically, graduating with academic honors.
Gabe also helped serve the underprivileged, receiving the law school’s highest pro bono honors for the number of hours he spent dedicated to volunteer work. Gabe prides himself on working tirelessly to achieve the best results for his clients.