Gabriela (Gabby) Gross Guinan

Gabriela (Gabby) Gross Guinan

2010 LAW FELLOW


As an HNBF Law Fellow, Gabriela (Gabby) Gross Guinan, had the opportunity to experience firsthand what it was like to work in the legal department for a major telecommunications company. “Working for Comcast really piqued my interest; now I plan to pursue my legal career in telecommunications–it’s a really exciting field to be in.”

During her fellowship at Comcast, Gabby conducted legal research on cyber security and privacy issues. In addition, to her six week fellowship at Comcast, Gabby spent two weeks at the DC law firm of Willkie Farr & Gallagher, LLP, a firm representing Comcast. During her time at the firm she reviewed the Communications Act and identified instances of discrimination and wrote a memo on what discrimination looks like in the act.

Gabby leveraged her HNBF Law Fellows experience to gain access to even more opportunities. “The experience opened doors for me and continues to do so even today. My fellowship at Comcast helped me land my internship this past summer at the FCC.”

Gabby describes what was most valuable for her as a Law Fellow, “Working in a corporate legal department and law firm was an incredible experience. Getting both perspectives was invaluable. Potential employers have been impressed by the opportunity that the HNBF Law Fellows program afforded me.”

 

Karolina Murguia
2012 LAW FELLOW

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Angela Bouliakis
2012 LAW FELLOW

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Luis Gutierrez
2011 LAW FELLOW

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Luisa Cardona
2011 LAW FELLOW

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Justin Carlson
2010 LAW FELLOW

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Gabriela (Gabby) Gross Guinan
2010 LAW FELLOW

Gabriela (Gabby) Gross Guinan 2010 LAW FELLOW As an HNBF Law Fellow, Gabriela (Gabby) Gross Guinan, had the opportunity to experience firsthand what it was like to work in the legal department for a major telecommunications company. "Working for Comcast really piqued my interest; now I plan to pursue my legal career in telecommunications--it's a really exciting field to be

Rafael Perez
2010 LAW FELLOW

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