Gabriel Reyes operates a law firm in Dallas, Texas, where he has a state and federal criminal defense practice. Gabriel is admitted to practice in Texas and New York, as well as in the U.S. Supreme Court, the Fifth Circuit and several district courts. He serves on the CJA panels for the Northern and Eastern Districts of Texas, as well as the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals and the Dallas County Appointment Wheel. Prior to establishing his firm, Gabriel served stints as an assistant federal defender in the Northern and Western Districts of Texas. He began his legal career as a tax associate at Weil, Gotshal & Manges, LLP in New York. Gabriel has been a frequent attendee at NACDL programs, and he has capitalized on his skills as a native Spanish speaker to participate in a training program for trial lawyers in Argentina through his work with the Instituto de Estudios Comparados en Ciencias Penales y Socialies (INECIP). Gabriel Reyes received his undergraduate degree from Colby College and his law degree from Columbia Law School.
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