Gabriel graduated from McGill University’s Faculty of Law in 2020 and joined McCarthy Tétrault as an articling student in 2022. During law school, he was elected Class President, served as an Assistant Managing Editor with the McGill Journal of Dispute Resolution, and was a member of the Staff Appointments Committee.
Prior to pursuing a legal career, he studied international relations, security, and diplomacy. His graduate work explored the strategic, moral, and political implications of using new technologies such as artificial intelligence in military and counterterrorism campaigns.
As an intelligence analyst at a Tel Aviv-based security firm, Gabriel analyzed geopolitical trends in the Middle East, helping corporate clients navigate a complex business environment. Passionate about politics, he also worked as a parliamentary assistant to Canada’s Minister of International Trade and, more recently, as a political advisor to two consul generals in a foreign diplomatic mission. At McCarthy Tétrault, he endeavours to find legal and business solutions for clients facing privacy, data protection, and cybersecurity issues.