Martha Gray, Jackson LLP Healthcare Lawyers


J.D., Elisabeth Haub School of Law, Pace University, cum laude
B.A., Purchase College, State University of New York

Martha Gray, J.D., is a Law Clerk and future attorney at Jackson LLP.

Martha enjoys critically examining the many intersections of healthcare and regulation, and the dynamics of how law can affect change in both. Martha currently works as a law clerk. Upon her admission to the New York bar later this year, Martha will join the firm as an attorney.

Martha, a native New Yorker, received her bachelor’s degree in liberal studies with minors in psychology and gender studies from SUNY Purchase College just outside Manhattan.

Martha most recently graduated with honors from the Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University, where she earned her Advanced Certificate in Health Law and Policy while serving as a Health Law Society representative and the President of Lambda Legal. Martha was awarded a place in Pace’s Pro-Bono Scholars Program for her final semester of law school. In this role, she represented clients through the Elder Justice Unit in the Pace Women’s Justice Center.

During law school, Martha’s internships included working at St. Jude Children’s Hospital and Northwell Health. As a student, Martha’s research explored the Indian Health System’s federal funding and its effect on the Native American and Alaska Native populations.

Outside her legal work and studies, Martha helps manage a boutique wine store in Westchester, New York. She enjoys cooking, exploring the world through the pairings of food and wine, and spending time with her grandma.

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