Gabriel Rincón represents clients in all stages of the construction process, from drafting, reviewing, and negotiating construction agreements to litigation and arbitration of construction disputes. He has experience advising and representing clients in drafting, reviewing, and negotiating contracts relating to commercial, industrial, multi-family, and residential construction projects.
In addition to construction transactions, Gabe advises and represents clients regarding a wide range of construction disputes in both litigation and arbitration, including construction defect claims, delay claims, lost productivity claims, change order disputes, wrongful contract termination disputes, mechanic's lien issues, and bond claims. He has trial and arbitration hearing experience in construction matters involving residential, commercial, and public construction disputes.
Gabe earned his J.D. (summa cum laude) from South Texas College of Law Houston, where he was the development editor for the South Texas Law Review, a member of the Student Bar Association, and an officer on the Board of Advocates. He also taught Property Law to first and second-year law students as a Langdell Scholar.
While at South Texas College of Law, Gabe was an advocate and brief writer for their moot court program, winning multiple brief awards. Gabe was chosen as a recipient of the “State Bar of Texas: Award for Excellence in Appellate Advocacy,” which is awarded annually to one graduating student from each Texas law school for demonstrated excellence in written and oral advocacy. He has been inducted to the Order of the Barristers, Order of the Scribes, the Order of the Lytae, and he received the Dean’s Outstanding Advocate Award, the Oil & Gas Award, and the CALI award for the highest grade in nine of his classes.
J.D., South Texas College of Law Houston, summa cum laude, 2020
South Texas Law Review, Development Editor
Board of Advocates, Officer
Student Bar Association, Mid-Law Senator
B.A., Southern Methodist University, 2014
- Texas Construction Law Blog, 02.01.2024