Ms. Gray is an associate in the Chicago office of Gordon & Rees whose practice focuses on insurance coverage, cyber security, and commercial litigation matters in both federal and state courts. She represents domestic and international insurers in coverage disputes and recovery actions, with a particular emphasis on fidelity bond, commercial crime policy, and cyber claims.
Prior to joining Gordon & Rees, Ms. Gray worked as an Assistant Attorney General in the Opinions Bureau of the Office of the Illinois Attorney General. As an Assistant Attorney General, Ms. Gray advised the Governor, States Attorneys, and other elected and appointed state officers on complex legal issues relating to their official duties including government ethics and matters of constitutional and statutory interpretation. She also worked as a consultant for a global management consulting firm, providing technology and operations services for the federal government.
Ms. Gray received her Juris Doctor from Duke University, School of Law. While in law school, Ms. Gray interned for the Honorable Patrick Leahy, Chairman, United States Senate Committee on the Judiciary and for the White House Office of Presidential Personnel. Ms. Gray received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Public Policy from Duke University.
U.S. District Court, Northern District of Illinois
Mentor, iMentor Mentoring Program
Mock Trial Coach, Project Law Track, Chicago Bar Association and Girl Scouts of Chicago
Board Member, Duke Chicago Alumni Association