Gabriel Sayavedra is originally from Mexico City, Mexico. Before moving to the United States, Mr. Syavedra attended law School in Mexico and worked for several years in a very reputable law firm in Mexico City. In 1999, Gabriel moved to the United States to pursue a career in psychology at BYU.
When Mr. Syavedra was about to graduate with a psychology degree, he realized that he had been born to be an attorney and applied to law school. Gabriel was accepted to many highly ranked law schools in the country but decided to come to Arizona State. He knew that his Hispanic background and his Spanish fluency would be better utilized in a place like Arizona, especially in the Hispanic rich Phoenix Metro Area.
While in law school, Mr. Syavedra participated in most of the moot court competitions, making the finals in many of them. He was part of the moot court team representing Sandra Day O'Connor College of law in national competitions. Gabriel also participated in the Criminal Practice Clinic during law school by serving a semester long internship with the City of Mesa as a rule 38 attorney. During his term there, Gabriel led the prosecution of over 25 misdemeanor trials winning over 80% of them.
After Law School, Gabriel joined the prestigious firm of Alcock and Associates as an Associate Attorney. He has been involved and had participated in hundreds of cases. His cultural background along with his great people skills has helped the firm to provide clients with a better defense.