Meet Angela B Gabel
Angela Bullock Gabel represents governmental and quasi-governmental agencies as general counsel, outside counsel and special counsel. Her representation includes consultation, strategy, litigation, public relations and best practices advice. She also represents individual clients and private organizations in complex civil litigation in areas involving governmental regulations, consumer protection, products liability, and personal injuries.
As general counsel and outside counsel, Ms. Gabel advises governmental clients in areas involving statutory compliance including open meetings and records, employment practices including discrimination and harassment, proposed and newly enacted statutes, and federal and state guidelines.
Ms. Gabel has litigated personal injury claims for both plaintiffs and defendants. She has litigated and settled claims on behalf of plaintiffs for catastrophic injuries including wrongful death, negligent supervision and various tort claims. As a defense lawyer, Ms. Gabel has won dismissals and summary judgments for defendants in claims of race, gender, and age discrimination, as well as alleged violations of Title IX.
Ms. Gabel has substantial experience representing clients in election law. She has represented clients in claims involving Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act, Equal Protection, jurisdictional boundary disputes, election recounts, candidate qualifications and polling and voting disputes. Her opening argument in defense of the Ferguson-Florissant School District was quoted in the New York Times at https://www.nytimes.com/2016/01/13/us/board-for-ferguson-schools-is-accused-of-racial-bias.html. Other election law cases have been cited in local outlets including the St. Louis Post Dispatch and National Public Radio.
Ms. Gabel is admitted to practice in the states of Missouri and Kentucky, as well as in the Federal Eastern and Western Districts in Missouri, the Eastern District in Michigan and the Federal Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Ms. Gabel opened ABG Law Office, LLC, in 2018. Her firm was certified as a Woman Owned Business by the state of Missouri and by the City of St. Louis in 2019. She currently serves on the Board for the Ritenour Co-Care Food Pantry and is a former board member for the St. Louis County Bar Association and the St. Louis Women Lawyers’ Association. She lives in Clayton, Missouri, with her husband and three children.