Gregory is a co-founding member of the firm. Gregory left in 2012 to serve as United States Attorney for the Southern District of Mississippi. President Barack Obama nominated him to the position where he served from 2012 to 2017. During his time as U.S. Attorney, he focused his office’s efforts on preventing violent crime, protecting civil rights, tackling Mississippi’s prescription drug and heroin crisis, prosecuting corrupt public officials, and engaging our youth on the dangers of drugs, violence and gangs.
Over the years, he has represented hundreds of clients from every walk of life. Gregory had experience on both sides of the docket. He has represented both individuals as well as Corporations as either plaintiffs or defendants in litigation cases. His representation of diverse parties provide him a unique perspective regarding the competing interest of parties which must be addressed to resolve any lawsuit.
Gregory is a member of the Mississippi Bar Association, Magnolia Bar Association, American Bar Association and Capital Area Bar Association.
Gregory was born in Tuskegee, Alabama and grew up in Utica, Mississippi. After graduating from Hinds County A.H.S., he attended Mississippi State University where he received his B.S. degree in Chemical Engineering. He is a graduate of Tulane Law School.
Gregory is a member of New Hope Baptist Church and resides in Jackson with his wife and three children. He enjoys being with his family, playing golf, traveling, listening to music, attending sporting events, and exercising.
- Tulane University School of Law
- Mississippi State University
- Davis & Williams PLLC
- United States Attorney
- Southern District of Mississippi
- Mississippi State Bar
- American Bar Association
- Magnolia Bar Association
- Capital Area Bar Association
- 5th Circuit
- Mississippi Supreme Court
- United States District Court for the Northern District of Mississippi
- United States District Court for the Southern District of Mississippi
- Free Consultation
- Personal Injury
- Products Liability