Student Materials Editor
Gabe Tucker serves as the Student Materials Editor for Volume 51 of the Cumberland Law Review. Gabe graduated from Mercer University in December of 2017. At Mercer, Gabe earned his bachelor’s degree in Law and Public Policy. While at Mercer he was a member of the men’s soccer team.
During his time at Cumberland, Gabe has become very active in extracurricular activities. He is a junior editor for the Cumberland Law Review, the Vice President of the Christian Legal Society and was elected by his classmates as a Honor Court Justice. Gabe was also selected to serve as a Judge Abraham Caruthers Teaching Fellow for this academic year. During the spring semester, Gabe was a finalist of the Donworth Moot Court Competition, and has been awarded the Scholar of Merit for Evidence. He has been also been named to the Dean’s list both semesters of his first year of law school.
Gabe’s hobbies include playing soccer, working out, and snowboarding. He is a part of a military family and has lived all over the country.
Click here to read Gabe’s article which discusses the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals distinguishing threats of death from threats of harm during robberies.