Gabby Hansen counsels clients on various employment law-related issues with a focus on employee benefits. Gabby has experience assisting private and public employers. She provides strategic advice to clients so that they can avoid common issues and navigate compliance concerns smoothly. In addition to advice, she enjoys drafting plan documents and assisting clients with health and welfare and retirement plan set-up and design changes.

After law school, Gabby was a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Meagan A. Flynn of the Oregon Supreme Court, to the Honorable Meagan A. Flynn and Honorable Scott A. Shorr of the Oregon Court of Appeals, and to the Honorable Stephen K. Bushong of the Multnomah County Circuit Court.


Willamette University College of Law, J.D., 2015, magna cum laude; Symposium Editor, Willamette Law Review

University of Portland, B.A., Philosophy, Spanish, 2012, cum laude




Insights & Presentations

  • “Confused About Federal COVID-19 Emergencies Ending? You’re Not Alone,” (co-author), Daily Journal of Commerce, May 2023
  • “Ending Emergencies and New Transparency: Employee Health Benefits Update,” Stoel Rives LLP webinar, April 2023
  • “Is Any Pandemic Relief Still Available for Employee Benefit Plans?” (co-author), Daily Journal of Commerce, November 2022
  • “New Year Brings New Group Health Plan Guidance” (co-author), Stoel Rives LLP legal alert, January 2022



  • Multnomah Bar Association Young Lawyers Section, Membership Committee, 2021–present; former Pro Bono Committee; former Service to the Public Committee
  • We the People Constitution Team, Classroom Law Project, Guest Judge at Franklin High School team practices, 2015–present


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