B.A., Pomona College; J.D., George Washington University
Professor Gambert joined the faculty in 2009 as a visiting associate professor of legal research and writing. She serves as the Writing Center Director and teaches a section of Legal Research and Writing.
Prior to joining the faculty, Professor Gambert clerked for Judge Ronna Lee Beck at the D.C. Superior Court, Civil Division, and worked as an attorney and legal writer for a local public interest advocacy organization. She is a graduate of GW Law School, where she was a two-year writing fellow in the Legal Research and Writing Program, the executive notes editor of the American Intellectual Property Law Association Quarterly Journal, and an editor and publication committee member of the GW Law Student Bar Association Student Legal Writing Review. She was a clinical fellow in the International Human Rights Clinic and received the National Association of Women Lawyers Outstanding Law Graduate Award upon graduation.
Before law school, Professor Gambert was the Program Director of WomensLaw.org, a national nonprofit organization providing state-specific legal information to domestic violence survivors. She is currently a member of the organization’s Board of Directors and is the faculty adviser for the GW Law chapter of the WomensLaw.org Email Hotline.