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James A. Gray, II

Adjunct Professor of Law & Co-Director, Trial Advocacy

BS, Morehouse College; JD, Harvard University

Biography:
Mr. Gray attended Morehouse College where he received his BS in 1967.  He received his JD from Harvard Law School in 1973.  Since 1998, he has been a partner at Gray & Gray, where he practices litigation of various types. He represents plaintiffs in matters ranging from personal injury, toxic tort and product liability to business and contract litigation and defense against criminal prosecution. Mr. Gray serves as an adjunct professor at Tulane University Law School, where he teaches Trial Advocacy to third-year law students.

Courses:
Spring 2013 - Trial Advocacy





 





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