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  • Minnesota Hispanic Bar Association: Board Member 2021-present; Judicial Endorsements Committee 2021-present; Membership Committee 2020-present; Public Relations Committee, Co-Chair 2020; Development Committee, Member 2020-present; Student Board, Member 2018-2020
  • Federal Bar Association – Minnesota Chapter
  • Minnesota State Bar Association: Appellate Practice Section
  • Hennepin County Bar Association: Civil Litigation Section
  • Maslon UPLIFT: Legal Institute for Teens
  • CLUES YA!: Mentor
  • Twin Cities Diversity in Practice: Emerging Leaders Group, member


Gabriel Ramirez-Hernandez is an associate in Maslon's Litigation Group focused on assisting clients in intellectual property disputes, products liability, and general business litigation. Gabriel brings to his work a collaborative spirit and a sincere dedication to client service.

His practice is complemented by valued prior experience. Of particular note, Gabriel gained insight into judicial reasoning, legal research, effective appellate advocacy, and case analysis while clerking at the Minnesota Court of Appeals for the Honorable Peter M. Reyes Jr.

As a student at Mitchell Hamline School of Law, he had the privilege of an internship with in-house counsel for a large medical device company, where he conducted intellectual property litigation research. In addition, he worked as a judicial extern for the Honorable Laurie J. Miller of Hennepin County District Court and the Honorable Michael J. Davis of the U.S. District of Minnesota, and he served as a legal resident to the Honorable Anne K. McKeig of the Minnesota Supreme Court. Furthering his service to the profession, Gabriel served as intern with the Immigrant Law Center of Minnesota and as board member of the Minnesota Hispanic Bar Association.

Gabriel's hard work and commitment to scholarship have earned him wide recognition. He was the only student from Minnesota selected for the Hispanic National Bar Association’s 2019 Intellectual Property Law Institute through a highly competitive selection process. Out of 40 teams nationally, he and his partner won Best Brief in the Federal Bar Association’s Thurgood Marshall Moot Court competition. Additionally, he was selected to serve on the Mitchell Hamline Law Journal of Public Policy and Practice. Gabriel is a recipient of the Mitchell Hamline Student Award of Merit, a distinction given to just three 2020 graduates based on scholastic achievement, contribution to student and professional organizations, and commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion.

Before becoming an attorney, Gabriel taught English and assisted several psychology research labs in France, Mexico, and the U.S.


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