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Gabrielle Long


Gabrielle comes to FVLD after spending two years as Legal and Policy Advisor to a Commissioner at the Illinois Commerce Commission.  During her time at the ICC, Gabrielle advised the Commissioner on pending proceedings relating to a number of areas, including energy, telecommunications, water, and transportation.

In her spare time, Gabrielle enjoys spending time with her family and friends, trying new Chicago restaurants, and playing with her puppy.

During law school, Gabrielle worked as a law clerk at a major corporation as well as at two firms, where she worked on a variety of labor and employment and real estate matters.

Prior to law school, Gabrielle worked for two years at an inner-city high school in Virginia, where she helped students with the college application process and navigating financial aid.  She enjoys following the success of her former students.


  • Loyola University Chicago School of Law, J.D.
    • Symposium Editor, Children’s Legal Rights Journal
    • Supreme Court Rule 711 Student Attorney, Community Law Center Clinic
    • Social Chair, Black Law Students Association
    • Director of Outreach, Cultural Impact Initiative
    • Volunteer, Legal Related Education, Cook County Juvenile Temporary Detention Center
  • University of Virginia, B.A. Foreign Affairs, and African American and African Studies
  • Michigan State University Institute of Public Utilities (IPU)
    • 2 Ratemaking Courses


  • Admitted to Practice in Illinois
  • Chicago Bar Association, Member
  • Black Women Lawyers’ Association, Member

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