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Southern Methodist University
University of Texas at Austin
Licensed in the State of Texas
Texas Association of School Boards Council of School Attorneys
State Bar of Texas School Law and Employment Law Section
John Grey is a native Texan and a proud graduate of Texas public schools. Before joining Walsh Gallegos, John most recently worked at Moak, Casey & Associates, focusing his practice on leading clients through the Chapter 313 economic development process, conducting legislative analysis for clients, advising clients on Teacher Retirement System and school finance issues, and advising the firm on various legal matters. John spent almost two decades as a lobbyist and employment attorney in both the public and private sectors, primarily focusing on school law. John also served as general counsel to numerous school boards, spent time at the Supreme Court of the State of Texas, and the Texas Legislative Council. John received his B.A. from the University of Texas at Austin and his J.D. from Southern Methodist University.
John is licensed in the state of Texas and a member of the Texas Association of School Boards Council of School Attorneys, and the State Bar of Texas School Law and Employment Law Section.
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