Chloe Gordils joined Ropes & Gray’s Litigation & Enforcement practice group in 2019.
During her time at Brooklyn Law School, Chloe served as an executive articles editor for the Brooklyn Law Review. Additionally, she was a member of both the Trial and Appellate Divisions of the Moot Court Honor Society. Chloe was also a member of the Asylum Relief Project, where she traveled to Texas to provide legal support to detained mothers and children. She also participated in the Employment Law Clinic, where she represented clients in unemployment insurance hearings. Chloe received a Burton Law360 Distinguished Legal Writing Award for her article Google, Charlottesville, and the Need to Protect Private Employees’ Political Speech. Upon graduation, Chloe received Brooklyn Law School’s Scholarly Journal Writing Award, the Samuel Witte Prize in Literature and the Law, and the Judge Leonard P. Moore Memorial Prize.
Prior to joining the firm, Chloe completed a judicial externship with the Honorable Ramon E. Reyes, Jr. of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York.
- Chloe M. Gordils, Note, Google, Charlottesville, and the Need to Protect Private Employees’ Political Speech, 84 Brook. L. Rev. 189 (2018).
- JD, magna cum laude, Brooklyn Law School, 2019; Executive Articles Editor, Brooklyn Law Review
- BA (Political Science and Philosophy, Politics, & Law), magna cum laude, Binghamton University, State University of New York, 2016