Originally from Clearwater, Gray has strong ties throughout the State of Florida. Gray arrived in Miami after being recruited to play quarterback for the University of Miami. Upon arrival, he became enamored with the South Florida community very quickly and made the decision to pursue a law degree at the conclusion of his football career.
Throughout his time in law school, Gray gained valuable experience with opportunities including: working for both state and federal judges, representing individuals in his law school’s Investor Rights Clinic, learning municipal law with the City Attorney of Miami Beach, and working in the General Counsel’s Office of the Related Group. He was also very involved on campus and in the community as an editor of his school’s Business Law Review, Founder and President of a student organization, and by volunteering with local nonprofit organizations.
Gray joined the team at Mase Mebane as a law clerk prior to his final semester of law school, allowing him to gain experience working with some of the most seasoned attorneys in South Florida. After graduating cum laude from the University of Miami School of Law, Gray is participating in the Temporary Supervised Practice Program (permitted under the Supreme Court of Florida’s Administrative Order AOSC20-80, in response to the postponement of the Florida Bar exam).
Gray enjoys connecting with clients and learning about new cases. He has experience assisting clients in maritime, wrongful death, and medical malpractice matters. If you have been injured due to wrongdoing or negligence in Miami, South Florida, or elsewhere in Florida, Gray can help you.
University of Miami
B.A., Political Science
University of Miami, School of Law
J.D., cum laude
Bar Admissions & Certifications
Admission to the Florida Bar pending.