Gabriella Scarmato assists in the representation of clients in commercial, property and personal injury disputes and litigation. Her work involves all phases of dispute resolution and litigation, and includes conducting legal research; drafting litigation-related documents, pleadings and pretrial motions; managing investigations and discovery; and assisting with and attending depositions, hearings and other judicial proceedings.
Gabriella rejoins WCM after previously working as a summer associate. While in law school, Gabriella served as a student attorney with the Child Advocacy Center, representing children in family court cases involving alleged abuse or neglect as part of CAC’s Child Welfare Practice and children seeking special immigrant juvenile status as part of CAC’s Immigrant Children’s Justice Project. She also interned for the Honorable David Frey, New York City Criminal Court, and the Honorable Robert J. Gigante, Richmond County Surrogate’s Court.
Gabriella is conversant in Italian, which has come in handy in her experiences traveling to different European countries, learning new recipes to test out in her kitchen and furthering her enthusiasm for European history.