Ms. Gray joined Weisberg Law Criminal Lawyers in 2019 as an associate lawyer.
Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Gray completed her articles at another well-regarded criminal law firm in Toronto. She worked on criminal and quasi-criminal matters. Her in-court experience ranges from regulatory charges to homicide cases.
Ms. Gray enjoys working on both trials and appeals. She has a keen interest in crafting legal arguments that advance her clients’ interests under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
Ms. Gray graduated from Queen’s University Faculty of Law where she focused her studies on criminal law coursework. During law school, Ms. Gray was selected as a tutor by the Faculty of Law due to her strong academic performance. Ms. Gray was actively involved in the Clinical Litigation Practice Program at the Queen’s Legal Aid Clinic. She was also honoured to be selected as a research assistant for criminal law professor Darryl Robinson while at Queen’s.
Ms. Gray is a dedicated criminal lawyer that will always strive to achieve the best possible outcomes for the firm’s clients.