Gabrielle E. Espy focuses her practice on representing corporations and individual clients across a wide variety of matters, including business, construction, real estate, and contract disputes.
Gabrielle has in-depth knowledge and experience handling matters involving commercial and residential construction, mechanics’ and materialmen’s liens, property rights, property boundary disputes, easements, buyer-seller disputes, landlord/tenant disputes, bank and tax foreclosures, title clearing, condominium and homeowners’ associations, creditor-rights and collections, and bankruptcies.
Gabrielle approaches litigation with an abundance of care, recognizing that lawsuits can present a great deal of stress for those involved. With experience counseling prominent Fortune 500 companies to small business owners on an array of matters, she knows the importance of prioritizing transparency and keeping clients well informed throughout all steps of the case. Gabrielle is committed to understanding her clients’ objectives and devises strategies unique to each client to achieve those objectives in an efficient manner.
Gabrielle was raised in Decatur, Georgia. She graduated from Washington & Lee University in 2013 with a dual Bachelor of Arts degree in History and Music. While at Washington & Lee, she served as the President of Generals Interested in Legal Studies, Chair of the Alpha Delta Pi Scholarship Committee, as well as a member of the university orchestra and blue grass ensemble. Gabrielle earned her Juris Doctor degree from the University of Georgia School of Law in 2016. While at UGA Law, Ms. Espy served on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Intellectual Property Law, as President of the Labor and Employment Law Association, Vice President of the Georgia Society for International and Comparative Law, and as an organizer of UGA’s Take Back the Night, a fundraiser for The Cottage and Project Safe.