Gabriel Khoury is an associate in the Corporate Group in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office. He is the Lead Associate of the Blockchain and Digital Assets team.

Areas of Practice

Gabriel assists the Blockchain and Digital Assets team in regulatory compliance issues relating to the use of blockchain technology, social media, Web3.0, video games, online gambling, virtual goods and currency, social tokens, decentralized autonomous organizations, decentralized exchanges, cybersecurity, privacy, Esports, the metaverse, money transmission, financial technologies, NFTs, and artificial intelligence.

He holds certifications in NFT technology, Metaverse Technologies, and Blockchain Law from the Blockchain Council.

Gabriel maintains an active Pro Bono practice including assisting the Consent Decree Monitor in overseeing the New Orleans Police Department’s implementation of Facial Recognition Technology. Gabriel also assists in criminal defense, immigration, and civil rights cases.

During law school, he was an editor for the Georgetown Technology Law Review and was a Student Attorney in the Communications & Technology Law Clinic, where he worked on children’s privacy issues. He also interned in the Cyber Unit of the Securities and Exchange Commission where he investigated cryptocurrency fraud, at the Federal Communications Commission, and at an Intellectual Property Litigation Boutique.

Gabriel speaks fluent Arabic.



Blockchain and Cryptocurrency: Law of the Ledger

Consumer Finance and Fintech Blog

Corporate & Securities Law Blog

FCC Law Blog

Global Trade Law Blog

Government Contracts & Investigations Blog

Real Estate, Land Use & Environmental Law Blog

Privacy & Cybersecurity: Eye on Privacy Blog



Member, Federal Communications Bar Association

Member, American Bar Association, Forum on Air & Space Law

Member, American Bar Association, Forum on Communications Law

Member, Blockchain Council

Member, National Arab American Bar Association

Digital Media


J.D., Georgetown University Law Center, 2021

B.A., University of Pittsburgh, 2017


  • District of Columbia


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