Gabriel J. Kurcab
“Where are you from?” is not often a question that requires rehearsal to answer. For most of us, it’s a city or a state – the place we were born and raised or where we spent our formative years. For Gabriel Kurcab, this question is considerably more complicated. That’s because by the time Gabriel was 25, he had lived in 12 cities in 5 states and the District of Columbia, as far north as Michigan and as far south as Louisiana.
Gabriel joined Katz Teller after receiving his law degree cum laude from Georgetown University Law Center, where he was on the Dean’s list each semester and worked on the staff of The Tax Lawyer. During law school, Gabriel spent a summer working on felony trials with a state prosecutor and a year teaching a class on practical legal skills in an inner-city Washington, D.C. public high school. Here in Cincinnati, he has carried that love of the trial environment and education of high school students into his role as a legal advisor to the Summit Country Day mock trial team.
Prior to law school, Gabriel graduated cum laude from the Honors Program at Union University, where he received a Bachelor’s of Science in Business Administration, with a concentration in Economics.
At Katz Teller, Gabriel is a member of the recruiting committee, the IT committee and the party planning committee.
Georgetown University, J.D., 2013, cum laude
Union University, B.S.B.A., 2010, cum laude
"(Not So) Concrete: How The Service Will Benefit From The Ambiguous Taxpayer Victory In United States v. Home Concrete Supply, LLC.” The Tax Lawyer, Student Note (Fall 2013).