Areas of Practice

Gabriella Sternfeld

Gabriella Sternfeld graduated from Lewis & Clark College of Law in Portland, Oregon, and received her bachelor’s degree from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, California.

During law school, Ms. Sternfeld clerked at several of Portland’s premier boutique litigation firms where she assisted with preparing a complex case for trial and enjoyed multiple opportunities to sharpen her oral advocacy skills. As a law clerk, she represented both corporate and individual clients in a broad range of civil commercial and business litigation matters in both federal and state court. These matters involved contract disputes, fraud, partnership disputes and dissolution, and employment disputes in both state and federal court.

While at Lewis & Clark College of Law, Ms. Sternfeld focused her studies on her interests in civil litigation, with emphases in both employment law and intellectual property law. In her first year of law school, she was voted Best Oral Advocate in her year by both law school faculty and current Oregon State Court judges. Because of her aptitude for and excellence in business law, Ms. Sternfeld was selected by her business law professors to participate in the invitation-only Center for Business Law and Innovation’s Workshop Series, hosted by Intel’s in-house counsel.

Ms. Sternfeld is an aggressive and tenacious advocate, who is dedicated to excellence and integrity. She is committed to preparation, accuracy, and innovative problem solving in all areas of her life.