Gabi Hybel

Madison Legal Fellow

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Gabi Hybel is a Madison Legal Fellow at Americans United for Separation of Church and State.

Gabi earned her Juris Doctor, cum laude, from the University of Michigan Law School, where she was a project manager for the Civil Rights Litigation Clearinghouse and the Managing Editor of the Michigan Journal of Race & Law. During law school, she also worked as a student attorney in the Criminal Appellate Practice Clinic and as an intern at the Texas Civil Rights Project and the Southern Coalition for Social Justice. Before arriving at Americans United, Gabi clerked for the Honorable Neal E. Kravitz on the D.C. Superior Court and completed a legal fellowship at Farmworker Justice.

Gabi earned her bachelor’s degree in Sociology from Pomona College. She has previous experience as a communications director, a labor organizer, and an elementary school teacher.

BREAKING NEWS

Americans United & the National Women’s Law Center file suit to challenge Missouri’s abortion bans.

Abortion bans violate the separation of church and state. Americans United and the National Women’s Law Center—the leading experts in religious freedom and gender justice—have joined forces with thirteen clergy from six faith traditions to challenge Missouri’s abortion bans as unconstitutionally imposing one narrow religious doctrine on everyone.


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