Attorney Gabriel Snyder has joined the Greensboro law firm of Ward Black Law. He will focus his practice on representing North Carolinians who have been injured or killed at work or in accidents. He will also represent people whose property has been negatively impacted by road and highway expansion projects.
“We are grateful that Gabe has agreed to join Ward Black Law,” said Janet Ward Black, the firm’s managing attorney and a past president of the N.C. Bar Association. “He is a man of integrity with a warmth that our clients will appreciate. And he likes to be David going against Goliath.”
“I am excited to be part of the team at Ward Black Law”, said Snyder. It is an honor to join a firm committed to zealous advocacy and community service. That means a lot to me.”
Gabriel Snyder earned his undergraduate degree from Campbell University and his law degree from Campbell School of Law. He received the Millie Wiggins Scholarship and the Howard Memorial Christian Citizenship Award during his time at Campbell Law.
Snyder met his wife, Audrey, during undergraduate school at Campbell and then they attended Campbell Law together. After they were married, they returned to Gabe’s hometown of Greensboro to pursue their legal careers.
After graduating law school, Gabe Snyder joined Snyder Law where he worked alongside his father, Barry Snyder, practicing personal injury, family and criminal law. Now Gabe and Audrey Snyder are a husband and wife team of lawyers, both practicing at Ward Black Law. They are a “dynamic duo,” says Black.
Ward Black Law is one of the largest woman-owned firms in North Carolina. The firm represents people injured or killed in auto accidents, on the job, and by drugs, medical devices and environmental hazards including asbestos.