Gabriela Traxler-Romin focuses her practice in labor and employment law and the defense of workers' compensation claims.  She is involved in all phases of the litigation process, including analysis of medical reports, work histories and depositions; taking and defending depositions; and hearing appearances. Ms. Traxler-Romin's plaintiff experience gives her a unique perspective on the defense of claims against her employer clients.

Professional Background

Prior to joining Hinshaw, Ms. Traxler-Romin was an attorney with a San Gabriel, California law firm. She has also worked as a hearing representative for a health care revenue cycling company.

During law school, Ms. Traxler-Romin served a legal externship with the Office of Health Information Technology - Illinois Health Information Exchange. She also worked as a research assistant to one of her professors.

Ms. Traxler-Romin's law school accomplishments include having been a member of the Dean's List and President of the Latino Law Students Association. She received the Honors at Entrance Scholarship and the Health Law Fellowship for Upperclass J.D. Students. Ms. Traxler-Romin was actively involved with Loyola's Health Justice Project, an intensive clinic focusing on the development of skills in interdisciplinary practice to overcome the social, legal and systemic barriers that prevent long-term health and stability for low-income individuals and families in Chicago.


J.D., Health Law Certificate, Loyola University Chicago School of Law, 2011

B.A., summa cum laude, History, Arizona State University, 2007