Greg graduated from Georgetown University in 2013 with a dual degree in economics and government and a minor in theology. Upon his graduation, he worked on state legislative campaigns in the California Bay Area. Greg attended UC Davis School of Law, where he served as a senior articles editor for the UC Davis Law Review. Prior to joining FIRE, he worked as a political law attorney counseling clients on government ethics, campaign finance regulation, and lobbying compliance. In his free time, Greg enjoys running on the National Mall and watching his favorite sports teams, including the Georgetown Hoyas and the USC Trojans.
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