Greg is an attorney at Jenner & Block, where he practices trial and appellate litigation in cases spanning the entire country. Before working at Jenner, he worked for a boutique litigation firm in San Francisco, clerked for the Honorable Adalberto Jordan of the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals and Victor Bolden of the United States District Court for the District of Connecticut, and was a Senior Research Fellow for the California Constitution Center. Greg also serves as a mentor for BIPOC and first-generation law students and is on the board of two nonprofits.
Greg is the current Academic Director of the James Patterson McBaine Moot Court Completion, which is Berkeley Law’s advanced appellate advocacy competition. Greg also teaches a course called The Court of Public Opinion: Advocacy Outside of the Courtroom, which is informed by his experiences as an attorney, legislative advocate, government staffer, and campaign consultant. The class is a skill-building simulation that teaches students how to use their legal training to influence public discourse through legislation, media, and social movements.
Greg is a U.C. Berkeley School of Law alumni, where he received the Stephen F. Jamison Award as the best advocate in his graduating class, won the James Patterson McBaine Moot Court Competition, and served as the Senior Articles & Essays Editor of the California Law Review. He is also a 2012 graduate of Cal State Fullerton, where he was President of the California State Student Association and represented the 450,000 CSU students across the state.
J.D., University of California, Berkeley (2017)
B.A., California State University, Fullerton (2012)