Austin R. Gray, Founder and Partner
Austin has practiced law for over 20 years. He has handled thousands of cases, conducted jury trials, and argued appellate briefs. From 2012-2015 Austin served on the Board of Bar Managers for the Vermont Bar Association (VBA) and as the President of the Young Lawyers Division of the VBA. Austin is currently the principal at the law firm GRAY LAW, PLLC.
Austin is a graduate of Temple University School of Law in Philadelphia, PA and is a member of the Vermont, Pennsylvania and New Jersey Bar Associations. He holds a B.A. in English Literature from Brigham Young University.
In addition to practicing law, Austin also teaches at the university level. He regularly teaches Civil Liberties and Constitutional Law at Norwich University. He is one of the founding faculty in the Master of Laws program at Champlain College. He has also taught at Temple University's Fox School of Business, Peirce College in Philadelphia and Utah Valley University.
- Juris Doctor, Temple University School of Law
- Bachelor of Arts, Brigham Young University
- New Jersey
Indiana (Indy) Gray, Office Pup
Indy warmly welcomes guests to GRAY LAW, PLLC. She enjoys napping around the office, asking Austin for treats, and staying up-to-date on Vermont's canine-related laws.