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Law Office of Andrew Gable
About this pro
Ka Ming N.
I enjoyed working with Andrew. He's a professional when it comes to law. Not only was he able to help me understand my case, he was willing and able to break down every little detail to make sure I understand what's happening, what's going to happen in the future and how we will approach the problem. I never had any experience with the law, I was nervous, but after talking to him and hearing his advice, I felt relieved. Andrew is extremely nice, knowledgeable, and extremely professional. Very cool guy and his knowledge of the law and the real world is amazing. Thank You, Andrew.Dec 14, 2017
Andy is a good lawyer and is hard working. He doesn’t just look at his clients as money he actually cares about what is going on and takes their life into consideration. I highly recommend him.Dec 3, 2017Verified
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?BAR ADMISSIONS • Illinois • New York • Northern District of Illinois • Trial Bar, Northern District of Illinois • 7th Circuit Court of Appeals • Southern District of New York • Eastern District of New York
- How did you get started doing this type of work?Andrew Gable has been a lawyer since 2000. He graduated from George Washington University Law School with highest honors, Order of the Coif, and was a member of the Law Review. During law school, he interned at the Washington D.C. Public Defender's Office and upon graduating went to work for a prestigious, national firm. He then honed his skills working for some of the top criminal defense attorneys in the country before opening his own practice.
- What types of customers have you worked with?Mr. Gable has represented people in all walks of life including: alleged organized crime members, alleged gang members, physicians, nurses, pharmacists, lawyers, former prosecutors, state and federal law enforcement officers, prison guards, military personnel, bus drivers, truck drivers, teachers, students, entertainers, and executives.