Assistant Clinical Professor of Law
Michael Gregory is an Assistant Clinical Professor at Harvard Law School, where he works as part of the Trauma and Learning Policy Initiative (TLPI). TLPI is a partnership between Harvard Law School and Massachusetts Advocates for Children. TLPI’s mission is to ensure that children traumatized by exposure to violence succeed in school. Prof. Gregory is a co-author of both volumes of TLPI’s landmark report Helping Traumatized Children Learn, and is also a co-author of Educational Rights of Children Affected by Homelessness and/or Domestic Violence, a manual for child advocates. At HLS, Prof. Gregory co-teaches the Education Law Clinic with Susan Cole, in which law students represent individual families of traumatized children in the special education system and engage in systemic advocacy in education reform at the state level. In conjunction with the clinic, he co-teaches with Ms. Cole the seminars “Education Advocacy and Systemic Change: Children at Risk” and “Legislative Lawyering in Education Law.” Prof. Gregory has also taught Education Law and Policy and Education Reform Movements.
Prof. Gregory received his JD from Harvard Law School in 2004, graduating cum laude. He also graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in American Civilization from Brown University in 1998, and received a Master of Arts in Teaching, also from Brown University, in 1999. He was the recipient of a Skadden Fellowship in 2004.