Gregory is an associate in WSHB’s San Diego office, handling a diverse range of complex litigation including transportation, wrongful death and habitational matters. Prior to joining the firm, Gregory was a senior paralegal to a general practitioner, where he handled a wide variety of civil and business litigation. His experience as a paralegal exposed him to all facets of discovery and trial preparation, giving him unique insight on strategies for handling complex matters. In addition to working as a paralegal, Gregory served in the United States Army and California Army National Guard for over eight years, receiving his commission as an Armor Officer in 2011, being honorably discharged in 2017.Gregory received his Juris Doctor from the University of La Verne College of Law. While attending law school, Gregory was selected to be the Federal Civil Procedure teaching assistant, and was awarded the Life Long Education Award by his peers for his dedication to legal education. Gregory also served as a board member of the ULV BLSA and was a member of both the BLSA mock trial team and University of La Verne mock trial team; receiving third place at the 2015 Thurgood Marshall Western Regional Mock Trail Competition. His undergraduate degree is from the University of California, Riverside, where he majored in History and was the recipient of the Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) full scholarship.
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