Gabriel Loupe is a graduate of LSU’s Paul M. Hebert Law Center. After spending his early childhood in New Roads and growing up in Baton Rouge, he completed his bachelor’s degree in Classical Civilizations at Boston University. While in law school, Gabriel was an associate of the Louisiana Law Review, which published his article The Lack of Money is the Root of All Evil: Louisiana’s Ban on Bail Without Surety.
He worked as a law clerk at the Orleans Public Defender’s office and as an intern for the East Baton Rouge Office of the Public Defender. Gabriel’s areas of legal interest are post-conviction relief, First Amendment litigation, and LGBTQ issues.Following law school, he joined Longman Jakuback as Head of Appellate Matters.