About Gabrielle N. Helix

Attorney at Law

Gabrielle Helix, a native of Huntsville, Alabama, chose to enter law school at Birmingham School of Law after having pursued a successful career as a television journalist and  protocol consultant.  While in law school, she received the award for Most Outstanding Freshman in 2005 and was the Vice Chancellor of the Sigma Delta Kappa, Legal Honor Society.  Gabrielle was also the recipient of an Honor Scholarship.  She ultimately graduated summa cum laude from the Birmingham School of Law.
   
Prior to practicing law, Gabrielle worked in Saudi Arabia under the auspice of the Honorable Raymond Mabus, U.S. Ambassador.  After coming back to the States, Gabrielle became certified in Etiquette and Protocol in Washington, DC.  She then began private instruction for individuals and companies in the areas of foreign and domestic protocol.  While freelancing as a consultant, Gabrielle began her television career.

Directly after graduation from the Birmingham School of Law in 2007 as Salutatorian, Gabrielle opened her own practice in Huntsville, Alabama.  While completing her law degree, she worked with Huntsville attorney, Gary L. Rigney, a distinguished trial attorney, gaining valuable experience in a number of areas of the legal field.  Gabrielle's law practice includes the areas of criminal, family, and juvenile law (both dependency and delinquency), while she also handles business and employment law, wills and trusts. (see Areas of Practice)  
   
Gabrielle volunteers as the Juvenile Drug Court advocate, assisting the Drug Court team in guiding juveniles and their families through the diversion program.  She is also assists with legal services for SNAP Spay and Neuter Action Project in Madison County. She is a member of a number of professional associations:  American Bar Association, Alabama Bar Association, Huntsville - Madison County Bar Association, Alabama Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys, and she is a participant in the Madison County Volunteer Lawyer Program.  Additionally, she was recognized by the Alabama Bar Association on the 2008 and 2009 Pro Bono Honor Roll, as she volunteers her services through the Volunteer Lawyers Program.
   
Gabrielle attended Huntsville area public schools but graduated high school at Randolph.  During her high school sophomore year, Gabrielle began attending college at the University of Alabama in Huntsville.  By her junior year, Gabrielle was awarded a scholarship to attend Birmingham Southern College while still attending high school.  Upon graduation, Gabrielle attended Purdue University and the University of Alabama in Huntsville.  Gabrielle has an undergraduate BS/BA.
   
Gabrielle has been married for 20 years to Bruce A. Helix, a Chicago native and they have two children. Their daughter attends UAB on scholarship and is pursing a major in Neuroscience while participating in the Honors Program.  Their son is a great student, Vice President of his school's Student Council, and a peer helper.  Both children participate community volunteer programs.     

Gabrielle is licensed to practice before all Alabama state courts, the Federal District Courts, and the Alabama Supreme Court.








Gabrielle N. Helix
Attorney At Law

2117 Whitesburg Drive
Huntsville, AL 35801

T: 256.489.0595
F: 256.489.0596

No representation is made that the quality of the legal services to be performed is greater than the quality of legal services performed by other lawyers