Gabe Dash is a Consultant at DOAR. He advises and supports clients in large and complex litigation matters by developing case themes, visual strategies, and analytical graphics to simplify narratives and assist counsel in communicating with jurors and other triers of fact. Gabe employs a variety of multimedia software and technology in developing compelling presentations, with a specific focus on education and persuasion.
Gabe has worked closely with teams on many high-profile trials and international arbitrations, including complex white-collar, labor and employment, securities, copyright, patent infringement, and product liability cases. He leverages his experience in venues ranging from ICSID to the ICJ to the U.S. Senate to provide clients with strategic advice and support. Gabe also develops compelling and educational presentations for pre-trial research.
Gabe holds a Bachelor of Science degree in architecture from Washington University in St. Louis, with minors in writing and environmental studies.